Chronic Illness Inclusion

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Chronic Illness Inclusion or CII is a British patient group and disabled person's organization (DPO).[1]

Aims[edit | edit source]

"To change policies and perceptions around energy limiting conditions (ELCs) and chronic pain."

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Research/Notable studies[edit | edit source]

  • 2021, "I already have a job... getting through the day"[2] - (Full text)
  • 2021, Policy Briefing: Energy limiting chronic illness (ELCI), social inclusion, employment and social security[3] - (Full text)
  • 2020, Energy Impairment and Disability Inclusion: Towards an Advocacy Movement for Energy Limiting Chronic Illness.[4] - (Full text)
  • 2019, Stories of Our Lives[5] - (Full text)
  • 2018, Reclaiming 'Chronic Illnes'[6] - (Full text)

History[edit | edit source]

Chronic Illness Inclusion began in 2017 as a social research project called the Chronic Illness Inclusion Project or or CIIP, initiated by Catherine Hale and Jenny Lyus.[1] In 2021, Chronic Illness Inclusion was founded as a new organization, based on the work from the original project.[1]

In 2021, it became a disabled people's organization called Chronic Illness Inclusion.[1]

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  1. 1.01.11.21.3 "Our history". Chronic Illness Inclusion. Retrieved April 9, 2022.
  2. {{Cite book |url= https://citizen-network.org/uploads/attachment/766/i-already-have-a-job.pdf | first = Catherine | last = Hale | authorlink = Catherine Hale | first2 = Stef | last2 = Benstead | authorlink2 = | first3 = Kate | last3 = Hardy | authorlink3 = | first4 = Jo | last4 = Ingold | authorlink4 = | date =Apr 2021 | title ="I already have a job... getting through the day"|isbn = 978-1-912712-34-2 | publisher = [[Citizen Network| publisher = Centre for Welfare Reform }}
  3. Hale, Catherine; Benstead, Stef; Hardy, Kate; Ingold, Jo (June 2021). Policy Briefing: Energy limiting chronic illness (ELCI), social inclusion, employment and social security (PDF). Centre for Welfare Reform. ISBN 978-1-912712-35-9.
  4. {{Cite book | title = Energy Impairment and Disability Inclusion: Towards an Advocacy Movement for Energy Limiting Chronic Illness | first =Catherine|last = Hale | authorlink = Catherine Hale | first2 = Stef|last2 = Benstead | first3 = Jenny | last3 = Lyus | authorlink3 = Jenny Lyus | first4 = Evan | last4 = Odell | first5 = Anna | last5 = Ruddock | url=https://chronicillnessinclusion.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/energy-impairment-and-disability-inclusion.pdf | publisher = [[Citizen Network| publisher = [[Citizen Network| publisher = Centre for Welfare Reform | date = 2020|isbn=978-1-912712-25-0 }}
  5. {{Cite book |first = Catherine | last = Hale | authorlink = Catherine Hale | date = May 2019 | title = Stories of Our Lives|isbn = 978-1-912712-15-1| publisher = [[Citizen Network| publisher = Centre for Welfare Reform | url=https://citizen-network.org/uploads/attachment/647/stories-of-our-lives.pdf }}
  6. {{Cite book | url=https://chronicillnessinclusion.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/reclaiming-chronic-illness-discussion-paper.pdf | title =Reclaiming 'Chronic Illness': An introduction to the Chronic Illness Inclusion Project | first = Catherine | last = Hale | authorlink = Catherine Hale | date = Jun 2018|isbn= 978-1-912712-06-9 | publisher = [[Citizen Network| publisher = Centre for Welfare Reform }}

chronic illness any long-term illness, regardless of the severity. Chronic illnesses are typically incurable, requiring long-term management.

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