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Physios for ME present posters at ME International Conference

The 2nd ME/CFS International Conference run by the National Centre for Neuroimmunology and Emerging Diseases was held on the 16th and 17th of November 2021 in Australia and we were delighted to have two posters accepted, featuring some of our latest projects.


We shared a poster presentation of the preliminary results from our feasibility study (Feasibility of investigating oxygen consumption (VO2), Heart rate, Blood pressure, lactic acid levels and activity levels of people with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis during normal daily activities). You can see the poster, download a copy and read the latest on this study here.


We also submitted a poster presentation featuring the recent Heart Rate Monitoring Survey, which be can seen and downloaded here.


And finally, just to gather everything in one place we've created a new "Research" page on our website, so that you can keep up to speed on our latest projects. We hope to be adding more to this very soon!


Thanks to those at the Conference for accepting our work, we wish we could have been there in person!

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