DHSC draft Delivery Plan – Consultation closes 4th October 2023

ME Research UK has welcomed the release by the UK Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) of ‘My full reality: the interim delivery plan on ME/CFS‘ and commented fully on the provisions as they relate to research and the limitations the charity sees in the plans.

Attention now turns to the public consultation phase and your view are now sought by the Department. The draft Delivery Plan is a long document but an ‘easy read‘ version has been provided.

The consultation seeks views on an interim set of actions to improve the experiences and outcomes of people with myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS) that have been developed in collaboration with people living with, working or interested in the condition. It will inform the development of a final cross-government delivery plan on ME/CFS.

Dept of Health & Social Care

The consultation asks for views on specific chapters and actions on:

  • research
  • attitudes and education
  • living with ME/CFS
  • language used in relation to ME/CFS

The survey is open to all UK residents aged 13 or older but closes at 11.59pm on 4 October 2023.

Alternatively, you can:

  • print this document
  • write your answers on the printed survey
  • send the completed survey to:
    • ME/CFS Interim Delivery Plan
      Department of Health and Social Care
      39 Victoria Street
      SW1H 0EU
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