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About Us

Chair, Aims, Contact,


Mark Griffiths (Consultant Lead Clinical Psychologist & Head of  Psychology, Clinical Health Psychology Services,  Aintree University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Liverpool)



The Medically Unexplained Symptoms Network will seek to facilitate engagement, discussion and sharing of best practice between health professionals working clinically in the area of MUS.

The thrust behind the network is to recognise the scope of burden posed by miss-managed MUS relationships in healthcare and usual care systems.

The aim of this network is to provide a platform to support inter-professional discussion and sharing of thinking and practice, to thereby help support on going service developments and improvements in integrated care, to assist improved identification and clinical management in MUS care.

There is no fee for joining the group and effectively you become a member by adding your name to the list of people so you can access information about issues, documents and events relevant to the group.  In addition to receiving emails that are relevant to psychological working in the MUS context we hope to run group events each year that include elements of sharing ideas and experience, Continuing Professional Development and informal support.


List administration support is provided by Angela Shinner at 



Any enquiries would be best directed to Angela in the first instance.