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Chronic fatigue syndrome / Myalgic encephalomyelitis

Chronic fatigue syndrome / Myalgic encephalomyelitis (or encephalopathy); diagnosis and management

Status: History
Publication date: August 2007
Wave: 9
Process: CG
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Topic area:
  • Central nervous system
 

NICE project team

Centre for clinical practice lead: Andrew Dillon
Communications manager: Tonya Gills
Guidelines commissioning manager: Colette Marshall
Guidelines coordinator: Bijal Chandarana
Patient involvement lead: Jane Cowl
Guidelines Development Group: The Guideline Development Group (GDG) oversees the development process.
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Email enquiries

If you have any queries please email nice@nice.org.uk
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Provisional schedule

Scoping workshop: 22 November 2004
Consultation on draft scope with stakeholders: 15th November 2004 - 13th December 2004
Submission Date: 14 February 2005
Consultation on draft guideline with stakeholders: 29 September - 24 November 2006
Pre-publication check: TBC
Publication date: August 2007
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Project history

Date Update
31 March 2004 The remit (see link below) for this guideline was received from the Department of Health and the Welsh Assembly Government in February 2004 as part of the Institute's 9th wave work programme.
See below for more information on the Institute's guideline development process.
8 April 2004 List of stakeholders added.
17 May 2004 Executive lead allocated.
17 August 2004 List of stakeholders updated.
3 November 2004 List of stakeholders updated.
22 December 2004 List of stakeholders updated.
4 February 2005 Provisional schedule dates added.
10 February 2005 List of stakeholders updated.
24 February 2005 Final scope and GDG members list added.
21 April 2005 List of stakeholders updated.
9 June 2005 List of stakeholders updated.
5 August 2005 List of stakeholders updated.
8 September 2006 Guidelines coordinator changed to Bijal Chandarana
29 September 2006 The consultation draft of the guideline is out for consultation with stakeholders. If you wish to comment, you need to do so via one of the registered stakeholder organisations listed above, by the deadline shown.
23 November 2006 NICE has been contacted by a small number of stakeholder organisations who have asked us to clarify the approach that NICE takes to managing stakeholder submissions. If stakeholders choose to make a submission other than through the web proforma, it will be read by the guideline developers but it will not receive a written response.The consultation period for the CFS/ME guideline ends on Friday 24 November.
4 December 2006 Stakeholder list updated.
26 January 2007 Due to the nature and volume of comments made during the consultation, it has become apparent that a publication date of April 2007 will no longer be achievable. Therefore, publication for the guideline on CFS/ME, will be deferred to 22nd August 2007.
4 July 2007 Stakeholder list updated.
1 August 2007 Stakeholder list updated.
16 August 2007 Stakeholder list updated.
22 August 2007 The comments made by registered stakeholders, and responses from the guideline development group, are now available below. A number of comments and responses are still being held by the Institute, and are not included in the table. These are comments made by stakeholders which may contain defamatory or libellous wording. We are reviewing these comments and may need to anonymise, or remove, some of them before they can be put in the public domain. We are aiming to make these available as soon as possible and will keep you informed about this. However we would like to reassure all stakeholders that all comments received during the consultation have been considered as part of the guidance production process.
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