@did_40 From 2019, so fairly recently. Can't read it as too long. Took couple of screenshots. They searched under Cochrane common mental disorders though 😬 https://t.co/Ti7svYgtwj https://t.co/mtdFrjzPJv
@GidMK It’s not like Cochrane aren’t directly made aware of the problems (👇), but they don’t really care. Even after they run an internal review, the recommendations of which they don’t end up following. @HealthyControl @MTackCVS @Huisarts_Vink https://t
@AlanCarson15 @AHPLeader @darrenabrown @KarenMarshall02 @ARNS_UK @WorldPhysio1951 @PhysiosForME @LongCOVIDPhysio @LongCovidKids This might be helpful in interpreting Cochrane review also https://t.co/KboOZJd8tx
Oh dear @PaulGarnerWoof isn’t coming out of this well Oh what a tangled web we weave........
And now @PaulGarnerWoof has blocked me...
What caused his volte face? He found there was enhanced networking to be had with those who can do him a favour or two, I'd say. No? Well, what else, then, credibly?
@PaulGarnerWoof @NICEComms Having contacted me in July 2020 to say it was "shite", when did you decide that the @cochranecollab exercise review wasn't "shite" after all? But it was worth citing as evidence that GET is effective for #MECFS in your rapid r
Having contacted me in July 2020 to say it was "shite", when did you decide that the @cochranecollab exercise review wasn't "shite" after all? But it was worth citing as evidence that GET is effective for #MECFS in your rapid response? https://t.co/3w5
@Oijans @MEforeningen @MeggeLise @ingvildkjerkol @NickWilki @BentHHoyre «Vi tar alle klager på alvor» Gjør de? Det påståes bevis for å si at GET & CBT har positiv effekt for ME-pasienter Se på denne degraderte revisjonen av GET analyse: https://t.co/KN
@ssppeerroo @Healthy_Control Yes, it weighs very heavily. The issue of the diagnostic criteria was raised in the current version of the review https://t.co/SYRHDflPSp (Not saying I agree that's enough, just pointing out that there was a step in that direc
@BrendonStubbs @ProfRobHoward @CochraneUK @exerciseworks @darrenabrown Cochrane is also changing their tune: https://t.co/oIqGnzr38g “All studies were conducted with outpatients diagnosed with the 1994 criteria of the CDC or the Oxford criteria, or both.
Interesante lectura para trabajar con personas post-covid con fatiga https://t.co/5yKqSIYevH
@ahelluvabird I wouldn't say it was ever the dominant theory. Just one of 3 theories hypothesized as to why GET might help: https://t.co/bNWlxPsDZv ("How the intervention might work " section). I think the other 2 hypotheses are much closer to the mark.
@FZores @DocArnica @PhysiosForME @NIHRevidence @bmj_latest @theNAMedicine @cochranecollab @hildabast .@Huisarts_Vink: https://t.co/1Rou5prD6c Commentaire de @MTackCVS: https://t.co/zNO9O6XOxJ D’après la revue de @AHRQNews (https://t.co/Po2om5thJJ — pas d
This is the reason we do not trust research and at a time of Covid and a need for people to trust vaccines and researchers they @cochranecollab need to be held accountable for their actions and not the public
.@cochranecollab won't withdraw reviews saying exercise and CBT can help with #MECFS. After complaints and protracted editorial investigation, embarking on a new review of exercise which will take at least two years. Not bothering to update CBT review. ht
@GerritsManuel @UWVnl @jennywren_10 2) Aangepaste versie concludeert echter 't volgende https://t.co/oIqGnzr38g “All studies were conducted with outpatients diagnosed with the 1994 criteria of the CDC or the Oxford criteria, or both. Patients diagnosed u
@trishgreenhalgh Important to avoid the ethical and methodological mistakes that have been made in ME/CFS research: 1) https://t.co/TeCaDtHXxT 2) https://t.co/QOdJYEuME2 3) https://t.co/UXsREyQBEI 4) https://t.co/HboGoHKHQS 5) https://t.co/Mk7r9aUqoR