Who are we?
The British Association for CFS/ME (BACME) is a multidisciplinary organisation for UK professionals who are involved in the evidence-based management of patients with CFS/ME.
BACME exists to promote and support the delivery of evidence-based treatment for children, young people, and adults with CFS/ME in the UK.
Why join us?
Membership benefits include a regular research newsletter, access to forums, bursaries, and training events, including reduced fees for our national conference. Members-only content, including presentations from BACME2018: Changing Times, is available on our information resource accessed via the members area.
Find a specialist CFS/ME service
October 2018 - Our specialist services map now contains services available via the NHS plus private providers with an active BACME member. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if a service is missing or details are incorrect.
For patients: BACME is an organisation for CFS/ME health care professionals. If you are seeking help for yourself or someone in your family, please contact your nearest specialist CFS/ME service or ask your GP for a referral. You can also find advice and help through patient support groups.
Specialist services affiliated with BACME follow evidence-based approaches to improve outcomes in CFS/ME.
The NICE guidelines are being updated. More information can be found here.
BACME have produced a guide to therapy and symptom management, which can be downloaded here.