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The CEO Report | September 2023

Hello to all our supporters and readers of the Emerge Australia newsletter, It’s great to have you with us and to be able to share with you so much that has been happening over the past 6 weeks. As you all know our team has worked tirelessly to take account of the very helpful feedback

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The CEO Report | August 2023

It gives me great pleasure to introduce Emerge Australia’s new website and refreshed brand to you. As you are all aware, so many supporters and community members have generously contributed throughout this journey and we thank you so very much for your engagement and support. As I shared back in March we have needed to

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Emerge Australia reaches Fundraising Milestones

End of Financial Year Telehealth Appeal Emerge Australia wishes to say a heartfelt thank you to all who were able to donate to help us reach our goal of $58,000. Because of your generous help and support, we reached that target (and a little bit more), and look forward to being able to provide the

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The CEO Report | June 2023

I was delighted to present at the launch of our new ME/CFS Parliamentary Friends Group in Canberra on 13 June.  It was a very well attended event at which MPs, their advisors and the ME/CFS community were well represented.  It was particularly important for me as I hadn’t met many of the ME/CFS community representatives or stakeholders

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Empowering Change for Invisible Illness

Published: July 07 2023 Emerge Australia CEO, Anne Wilson was on hand to speak to Ed Krutcsh of Pro Bono Australia. Anne is an experienced Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director with a diverse track record of restructuring, repositioning and growing organisations to meet stakeholder needs while attracting investment for financial sustainability and growth. She

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Parliamentary Friends for ME/CFS

Emerge Australia along with members of the ME/CFS community and key stakeholders met in Canberra on Tuesday June 13th for the much awaited launch of the Parliamentary Friends of ME/CFS Group. The cross-party group, co-chaired by Senator Jordon Steele-John and Maria Vamvakinou MP, will provide a non-partisan forum for MPs to speak with advocates, researchers

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ME/CFS and Long COVID education in demand at GPCE Sydney 2023

Emerge Australia returned to Sydney GPCE this year, 19-21st May, to continue educating GPs about ME/CFS and Long COVID – especially when PEM is a feature. Emerge Australia’s Medical Director, Dr Richard Schoeffel, delivered an Advanced Education course twice during the conference, educating 180 GPs about ME/CFS and Long COVID.   Demand for the topic was

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Kristan Oud joins Emerge Australia – our newest ambassador

Anne Wilson, CEO of Emerge Australia visited the Victorian Artists Society to announce VAS Artist Kristan Oud as an Ambassador for Emerge Australia. Emerge Australia – is a national patient organisation that gives hope to over 500,000 people with myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS) and Long COVID through patient support and information, clinical education, advocacy and biomedical research.  Kristan Oud said “With no

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