#GivingTuesdayNow

BHC is joining other organizations to take part in a special Giving Tuesday campaign on May 5th; specifically, designed to support organizations impacted by COVID-19. With your generous support, BHC’s unwavering commitment to clinical care, research, and medical education will be able to continue. It will sustain our infrastructure, talented staff, and deliver the following…

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#GivingTuesdayNow

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted our world in unexpected ways and brought new challenges to the ME/CFS and FM (Myalgic Encephalomyelitis and Fibromyalgia) community of patients and their advocates, researchers, medical providers, and health educators. The Bateman Horne Center (BHC) is among the many health care specialists experiencing these impacts first-hand. With limited or no…

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BHC Clinicians and Research Director will answer questions about COVID-19 as it relates to living with ME/CFS and FM. The event will be held live over Zoom, a teleconferencing application. Participants/viewers will need to register in advance. Please follow the instructions below. Participation Instructions Click here to register. Once registered, you will receive an email…

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Join us for December Education Series, Support Strategies for the Holidays featuring Marybeth Raynes, LCSW, LMFT. She will share tips and techniques for taking good care of yourself and loved ones, during the busy holiday season. Marybeth Raynes is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) who has…

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Linda Milne, Patient Advocate and former BHC Board Member

Linda Milne is a member of the BHC community who has navigated living a fulfilling life while living with chronic illness. During the November session, Linda will engage a panel in a robust discussion on living a life of quality, while living with ME/CFS and Fibromyalgia. Linda Milne, with 20 years of ME/CFS and Fibromyalgia is…

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Lucinda Bateman, MD, Medical Director

Please join us Wednesday, October 2 @ 6pm MDT for our monthly education meeting. Individuals with ME/CFS and FM experience many barriers to access informed and compassionate care. Now is the time to push back on those barriers, especially the ones based on ignorance, bias, and inaccurate information. Dr. Bateman will suggest some tools to…

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Dr. Elizabeth Sherlock shares her wealth of experience as a clinical psychologist in this month’s education series, Living with a Chronic Illness. She will share insights and tactics for coping, life modifications, acceptance, and building a system of support. Dr. Sherlock has been a caregiver and has experienced life with ME/CFS first hand, in close…

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Please join us on Wednesday August 7th, at 6pm MT, where we will be joined by Kelley Rosequist, co-owner of Dog Training Elite Utah. They specialize in the training of service animals for: PTSD (post traumatic stress disorder), mobility support, autism support, diabetic alert, and therapy support. Their training is personalized to their clients’ needs, and…

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Suzanne D. Vernon, PhD, Research Director

The research team at RIKEN and Osaka University, led by Professors Watanabe, Kuratsune, and Kataoka, have been trying to get to the bottom of energy production – or lack thereof – since the early 1990s. In 2016 they published one of the first papers to examine the plasma metabolome in ME/CFS. You can revisit this…

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May 2019, the international accredited conference, Invest in ME Research, opened its doors to presenters from around the globe. The conference, held in the United Kingdom and hosted completely by this nonprofit, aimed to increase research collaboration with the full spectrum of ME/CFS constituents including journalists, researchers, and physicians. After fourteen years of quality presentations,…

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