John Peters

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John Peters is a British person with myalgic encephalomyelitis and an advocate for people with ME/CFS. He is from Swansea, Wales, UK.[1]

Talks, letters and interviews[edit | edit source]

Freedom of information act[edit | edit source]

John Peters requested the minutes from the PACE trial's Trial Steering Committee (TSC) and Trial Management Group (TMG) meetings, which discuss some of the protocol and other changes made during the trial. Queen Mary University of London initially refused this request, but it was granted after an appeal to the Information Commissioner's Office, with the names redacted.[3]

Online presence[edit | edit source]

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Learn more[edit | edit source]

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  1. Peters, John. "johnthejack". Retrieved Feb 28, 2019. 
  2. Peters, John (Jul 31, 2016). "Rapid Response - Chronic fatigue syndrome: is the biopsychosocial model responsible for patient dissatisfaction and harm?". British Journal of General Practice. 
  3. WAMES (Mar 26, 2018). "PACE Trial Committee & Team Minutes available online". WAMES (Working for ME in Wales). Retrieved Feb 28, 2019. 

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