November 03, 2017
As charity partner of the award-winning M.E. documentary Unrest, Action for M.E. is delighted to support a community screening in Bath later this month, where our Chief Executive, Sonya Chowdhury, will also take part in a Q&A following the film.
"I have a good friend back in Germany who has had the illness for some years," explains Meike Scheller, a lecturer at the University of Bath, who organised the screening to raise awareness of M.E. and its impact. "If anyone who is living with M.E. would like to take part in the panel to share some of their personal experience, we would love to hear from them."
Tickets are free but must be booked online in advance. The screening will take place at 5pm on Tuesday 14 November in the Department of Psychology, 10 West, University of Bath, Claverton Down, Bath BA2 7AY (see the university website for a map and directions). The venue is wheelchair accessible, and all are welcome.
UPDATE: Since we originally posted this story, Meike has heard from a number of patients who would like to take part in the panel, and as a result the panel is now full.
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