Learn more about how the Post-COVID-19 Interdisciplinary Clinical Care Network is helping patients recover and get back to living their normal lives.
After testing positive for the COVID-19 virus in early 2020, Katie found that she was dealing with a number of ongoing symptoms. Katie was referred to the Post-COVID-19 Interdisciplinary Clinical Care Network.Read Katie's story
After testing positive twice, Sandy’s discovery of the online PC-ICCN resources, combined with support from her family doctor, helped her become more informed and provide self-care for her symptoms to regain her health.Read Sandy's story
When Catherine McNeil cut her March 2020 vacation short, it was the start of a long struggle with lingering symptoms after a COVID-19 infection. Read how PC-ICCN supported her recovery.
Read Catherine's story
"Prior to contracting COVID, I was a nurse at BC Children's Hospital, healthy and fit, and a mom of three busy girls." Read
Jaclyn's story here
- When Shane Neville arrived at the Post-COVID-19 Recovery Clinic, he could only walk for 8-10 minutes without becoming exhausted. Today, he can walk for almost an hour while keeping his symptoms minimal. But recovery isn’t a straight line.
Read Shane's story on VCH's website.
- Read about how the Island Health Post COVID-19 Recovery Clinic offers hope for patients living with long COVID.
- Learn more about how BC ECHO for Post-COVID 19 Recovery is helping keep family doctors up-to-date on how to identify and manage post-COVID-19 symptoms.
Read more on the Shared Care BC website.
Post-COVID Research: Read how the Post-COVID-19 Interdisciplinary Clinical Care Network uses data collected to inform and evolve its services to meet the needs of its patients experiencing post COVID.
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