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Past Events

Selected highlights from the past. More to come!

19 February, 2021

David Pisoni draws holiday winner!

This give away was open to all members or donors from 1 July 2020 to 31 January 2021.

26 September, 2020

AGM and Seminar: Dr Anne Steinemann

Topic: The Fragrance Problem - Multiple Chemical Sensitivity.

13 January, 2020

Podcast: Chair, Penelope McMillan, discusses ME/CFS...

A comprehensive overview of ME/CFS and the history of its political context.
Dr Laura Ruggles asks clinical immunologist, Dr Rob Loblay, and our Chair, Penelope McMillan, for their thoughts on the topic, "The biopolitics of CFS/ME".

07 September, 2019

Seminar: Andrea Parker, Occupational Therapist

Topic: What happens in vagus: an exploration of vagus nerve stimulation as a potential therapy for ME/CFS and beyond.

23 August, 2019

ME/CFS SA wins Big Picture - 'Give Back' Initiative Award!

A new website is on its way, thanks to Quisk and six other SA businesses who generously provide free professional services to one SA charity each year.

20 June, 2018

Sam Duluk MP speaks in SA Parliament

Sam Duluk MP tables a Private Member's Grievance highlighting ME/CFS.

30 May, 2018

Choosing Wisely national conference, Canberra: poster presentation

ME/CFS patients have been instrumental in investigating the science behind the potentially harmful Graded Exercise Therapy (GET) and advocating for the removal of GET from clinical practice for ME/CFS.

11 April, 2018

David Tuller in Adelaide

David Tuller's visit 5th-10th April 2018.
Meetings with clinicians, researchers, academics and consumer advocates; a radio interview and public lecture; and catching up with the locals.

10 November, 2017

Unrest Adelaide Premiere a great success!

300 people, 38 volunteers, 9 sponsors, 4 organisations and guest of honour, Hon Kelly Vincent MLC, enjoyed food, wine, live music, information booths, the movie, a panel discussion, and more.

09 November, 2017

Unrest Adelaide Premiere

Following its international debut at Sundance, the award-winning documentary, Unrest, is coming to Adelaide.