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Post-COVID Research

The Post-COVID Interdisciplinary Clinical Care Network coordinates patient-oriented research that leads to rapid learning and data-sharing to improve care.

Research is one of the main pillars of the Post-COVID-19 Interdisciplinary Clinical Care Network (PC-ICCN). The network coordinates patient-oriented research that leads to rapid learning and data-sharing to improve care. Our researchers represent diverse areas of health-care expertise and are actively doing research to support communities throughout B.C. and Canada. 

Research collaborations

Research is a critical component of delivering optimum, patient-centered care; that’s why the Post-COVID-19 Interdisciplinary Clinical Care Network is looking to support researchers studying long COVID. Throughout the pandemic, over 2,200 patients have been seen at the network’s post-COVID recovery clinics. The network has been collecting data from all of these patients to support care and to learn more about long COVID. 

If you are a researcher who is looking to contribute to patient-centered research, email post-covid-research@phsa.ca or complete our research intake form.
Research Intake Form 


Learn more about the research studies (YouTube videos)

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 Kudos and congratulations

  • A huge thank you to our patient partners Heather Wallace and Wasseim Al-Zouabi for joining  the steering committee for an upcoming intervention study by Dr. Luis Nacul to treat post-COVID fatigue syndrome.
  • Congratulations to Dr. Alyson Wong, who received a grant from Canadian Lung Association and the Canadian Institutes of Health Research to study long COVID phenotypes and outcomes.

Publications


If you have any questions or feedback, email post-covid-research@phsa.ca.
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