Unum Chief Medical Officer’s Annual Report 2007

Unum Chief Medical Officer’s Annual Report 2007

The recent Marshall and Williams article Unum United? considers quotes from Dr Chris Bass [formerly King's College Hospital, London, now Consultant in Liaison Psychiatry, John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford] and Prof Simon Wessely [Director King's Centre for Military Health Research] from articles in the Unum Chief Medical Officer’s Annual Report 2007. 

Marshall and Williams write: “Importantly for the UK ME/CFS community, the Unum Report provides yet more proof of the incestuous relationship between Wessely School psychiatrists and the insurance industry…”

The PDF version of the Unum Annual Report 2007 can be downloaded here

The PDF is approx. 2.4MB.

An html version of the Unum Annual Report 2007 can be accessed here

Mind over Matter – Exploring the issues of Mental Ill Health.

Chief Medical Officer’s Report 2007
Index to Sections.
Introduction – Professor Michael O’Donnell
Mental Ill Health and Employment – Paul Corry
Top Tips for dealing with Mental Illness – James Wooldridge
Good Therapy and How to Recognise it – Ruth Harrison
The Interface Between Psychiatric and Physical Disorders – Dr. Chris Bass
Why and When do Doctors Collude with Patients? – Professor Simon Wessely

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LEGAL APPEAL – JUDICIAL REVIEW: CFS/ME NICE GUIDELINES

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NICE WEDNESBURY UNREASONABLE

The One Click Group launches the Legal Fighting Fund to challenge the CFS/ME NICE Guidelines in Britain by Judicial Review
What It Is: Judicial Review – CFS/ME NICE Guidelines
Who Will Conduct It: Saunders Solicitors LLP
What It Will Cost: Approximately £20,000
Funds Due In: 5 November 2007
Court Application File Date: 22 November 2007

* See NICE Guidelines – Judicial Review Action legal briefing
* See Judicial Review – Legal Appeal
* See Legal Appeal Instructions

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