Who are we?
The British Association of Clinicians in ME/CFS (BACME) is a multidisciplinary organisation for UK professionals who are involved in the delivery of clinically effective services for patients with ME/CFS. Click here for details about the current BACME Board. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
To support health care professionals to develop and deliver clinically effective and holistically informed practice for children, young people, and adults with ME/CFS and primary fatigue conditions.
Supported by the National Lottery Awards for All
Why join us?
Membership benefits include a regular research newsletter, access to discussion forums, bursaries, and training events including regular webinars. Members receive regular mailings regarding news and events relevant to the field of ME/CFS care. Our members-only Information Resources page includes links to previous BACME Conference presentations and webinar recordings.
Find a specialist ME/CFS service
October 2018 - Our specialist services map now contains services available via the NHS plus private providers with an active BACME member. Please contact email@example.com if a service is missing or details are incorrect.
For patients: BACME is an organisation for ME/CFS health care professionals. If you are seeking help for yourself or someone in your family, please contact your nearest specialist ME/CFS service or ask your GP for a referral. You can also find advice and help through patient support groups.
Available for download
BACME members survey on the delivery of therapy in specialist services in response to the paused publication of the new NICE Guideline on ME/CFS October 2021: NICE Guideline Survey
BACME’s National Services Workstream undertook a 2018 snapshot audit of the current provision of NHS CFS/ME services in the UK. The full report is available for download: BACME CFS/ME National Services Survey .