Archive for P2P

Advocates Mostly Laud Committee’s Response to P2P Report

Mary Dimmock noted that CFSAC, the federal advisory committee on ME/CFS, which is generally not especially noted for it's efficiency, nevertheless responded to the P2P draft report "unprecedented speed, focus and decisiveness" in its special session to respond to the P2P draft report. The committee Read more [...]

P2P Report Calls for Significant Expansion of NIH’s Commitment to ME/CFS But Tightening Needed

“We hope our work has dignified ME/CFS and those affected, while providing expert guidance to the NIH and the broader research community.” - P2P Executive Draft Summary The Pathways to Prevention Program (P2P) is an NIH program begun in 2012 that is tasked with identifying research gaps, methodological Read more [...]

Pathway to Progess Indeed – Federal Report for ME/CFS Surprises: Part I

The goal of the Pathways to Prevention (P2P) program is to... identify research gaps in a  scientific area, identify methodological and scientific weaknesses.., suggest research needs, and move the field forward through an unbiased, evidence-based assessment of a complex public health issue. The National Read more [...]

Controversial Report Provides Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Advocates Powerful Weapon For Change

“Because of limitations in the evidence base, we did not have high confidence in any of the findings from this review.” The reports from ME/CFS advocates are in. The AHRQ report is “appallingly bad”, “scientifically indefensible and irresponsible”, and is “fundamentally and irredeemably Read more [...]

NIH – Get Your Act Together! Advocates Press Director Collins to Cancel P2P Workshop

P2P workshops are designed for topics that “are generally not controversial”  - P2P website Mary Dimmock and Jennie Spotila have collaborated on a call to request Director Francis Collins to cancel the P2P Workshop.  Mary's background is in the pharmaceutical industry, Jennie was a lawyer. Throw Read more [...]
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