Dr Ros Vallings will be Speaking in Christchurch in October

ANZMES is sponsoring Dr Vallings to this event.

 

ME/CFS Group (Canterbury) Inc. is hosting a meeting with Dr Ros Vallings who will be bringing everyone up to date with the latest research.

Meeting details below.

Date:  31st Oct at 1.30

Venue: Abberley Park Hall,

Address: 55 Abberley Crescent, St Albans Christchurch

If you would like to know more details phone 03-365-5887

See map to get to venue below.

Complex Chronic Illness Biennial Seminar with Dr Ros Vallings – August 25

You are invited to attend the Complex Chronic Illness Biennial Seminar to hear guest speaker, Dr Ros Vallings (NZ’s leading expert on ME/CFS), report on the 13th International ‘Invest in ME Research’ Conference, held in London, June 2018.

Date:  August the 25th

Time: 11:00 am.

Venue: Otumoetai Baptist Church (auditorium) 241 Otumoetai Road Tauranga, 3110

Morning tea is available from 10:45 am.

The seminar will start at 11:30 am.

All welcome gold coin donation appreciated.

Contact us at: ‘info@ccisupport.org.nz’ for further information.

Dr Ros Vallings Speaking Engagement in Hamilton

Dr Vallings is renowned world-wide for her outstanding work with ME/CFS/Fibromyalgia patients, having won several international awards
Venue:
Melville Methodist Church,
Corner Bader St and Normandy Ave,
Melville Hamilton.
Topic: Research from the recent ‘Invest in ME’  conference held in London recently; and discussion re: use of B12
Date:    Thursday 9th August
(please note change of Date,)
TIme:    10.30 – 11.30

 

All Very Welcome!

 

Take Part in Lobbying Government

As a part of the round up for ME Awareness month ANZMES Committee have composed a standard Lobbying Letter which members, (and those who wish to take part) can send to the Government to bring awareness to the plight and needs of ME/CFS/FM patients in New Zealand. We encourage as many as possible to take part.  All you need to do is print the PDF letter;  fill in your name and address; sign it and send to

David Clarke (Health Minister)
Parliament Office.
Private Bag 18888.
Parliament Buildings.

No stamp required.

Download the PDF for printing HERE.

Letter to Government for Individuals to send to Parliment 2018

 

#Millions Missing – ME/CFS Awareness for ‘ME Day 12th of May’

This Year #Millions Missing are bringing awareness to the plight of ME patients all around New Zealand.

There will be screenings of the Jennifer Brea film “Unrest” in a number of centres
(The itinerary for these screenings are listed below the Video Trailer)

There will  be campaigns held in a number of centres which will bring attention to the thousands who are missing from New Zealand society because of ME/CFS. (See details below).

Please note that the PDF has two pages.

Millions Missing 2018 ANZMES

CCI Support Whakatane Information Day – Saturday 17th March

Complex Chronic Illness Support is holding an Information Day in Whakatane on Saturday 17th March from 10am to 12.30pm at the Lyceum Club, on the corner of Domain and McGarvey Roads. The purpose of this event is to promote and inform the Eastern Bay of Plenty community of the support and services we offer, and to present an introduction to ME/CFS and fibromyalgia.

We are very fortunate to have NZ’s leading GP specialist on ME/CFS, Dr Ros Vallings MNZM, as our guest speaker, and Dr Sarah Dalziel from Te Ngae Medical Centre, Rotorua, attending. Our own field officers will also be giving a presentation on our ground-breaking Towards Wellness programme.

We invite interested members of the public, doctors, healthcare professionals, alternative health practitioners, and especially those living with ME/CFS and fibromyalgia, to this information day.

Light refreshments will be available.

For further information please contact Elizabeth on 021 838 217

Professor Warren Tate’s Update on His Research into ME/CFS – 11th November 2017

Professor Warren Tate spoke at the ANZMES Annual General Meeting, which was held on 11th of November 2017. Professor Tate updated everyone on his current research that he is undertaking into ME/CFS which show some very promising results linking his research very closely with other research that is being carried out overseas. Professor Tate is recognized internationally for his work into ME/CFS and was a guest speaker at the 12th Invest in ME Research International ME Conference in London earlier this year.

 

Life Membership Awarded to Heather Wilson Past President of ANZMES

During ANZMES recent AGM on the 11th of November Heather Wilson (new Vice President) was awarded with a Life Membership for her outstanding service to ANZMES. Dr Ros Vallings thanked Heather for all of the time and effort she had contributed to ANZMES over her 16 year period with the organisation, with special recognition given to her accomplishments in her role as President over the last 10 years.  Ros outlined Heather’s many accomplishments including organising lecture tours for visiting international doctors and specialists, creating information sheets about ME/CFS, lobbying the government, organising a conference in the southern hemisphere for doctors and specialists, her contributions to the Meeting Place Magazine and also helping in the distribution of resources to doctors throughout NZ. Ros said that Heather has provided a fantastic face for ANZMES.  Dr Vallings then went on to present Heather with a Life Membership Award which features a Royal Albatross, the symbol for ANZMES.

 

Dr Ros Vallings Speaking Engagement Rotorua

Dr Ros Vallings will be speaking in Rotorua 

Date:               3rd November
Venue:            Bainbridge centre
Time:               2.30 pm
Topic:              Update on research

All welcome.

 

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