Select Citations

Our reports have been used to inform government overviews and guidelines on Long COVID, to inform the studies of other Long COVID researchers, and have been cited in journals such as The Lancet, BMJ, Frontiers in Medicine, JAMA, and others.

Policy Documents
  1. National Institute of Health (NIH)
    Toward Understanding COVID-19 Recovery: NIH Workshop on Postacute COVID-19
  2. World Health Organization (WHO)
    In the wake of the pandemic: preparing for long COVID
  3. National Institute for Health Research, UK (NIHR)
    Living with COVID-19
  4. Center for Disease Control (CDC)
    Post-COVID Conditions: Information for Healthcare Providers
  5. Belgium Federal Government
  6. World Health Organization (WHO)
    Expanding our understanding of Post COVID-19 Condition
  7. UK Parliament
    Short and long term health effects of COVID-19
Select Scientific Papers and Preprints
  1. The Lancet, Confronting COVID-19-associated cough and the post-COVID syndrome: role of viral neurotropism, neuroinflammation, and neuroimmune responses
  2. British Medical Journal (BMJ), Long covid: WHO calls on countries to offer patients more rehabilitation
  3. The Lancet, Taking pandemic sequelae seriously: from the Russian influenza to COVID-19 long-haulers
  4. Frontiers in Medicine, Will COVID-19 Lead to Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome?
  5. British Medical Journal (BMJ), Management of post-acute covid-19 in primary care
  6. Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research, Long COVID Syndrome Following Infection with SARS-CoV-2- A Devastating Influence on Health Status in Some Affected Individuals
  7. British Medical Journal (BMJ), Managing long covid: don’t overlook olfactory dysfunction
  8. Med, Defining long COVID: Going back to the start
  9. Journal of Insurance Medicine, Long COVID: An Early Perspective
  10. Fatigue, Post-viral fatigue and COVID-19: lessons from past epidemics
  11. Social Science and Medicine Journal, How and why patients made Long Covid
  12. Frontiers in Medicine, Hypothesis: mechanisms that prevent recovery in prolonged ICU patients also underlie Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS)
  13. British Medical Journal, “Covid-19: Prolonged and relapsing course of illness has implications for returning workers” 
  14. Cells, Characterization and Biomarker Analyses of Post-COVID-19 Complications and Neurological Manifestations
  15. Advances of Clinical Neuroscience and Rehabilitation, The self-report version and digital format of the COVID-19 Yorkshire Rehabilitation Scale (C19-YRS) for Long Covid or Post-COVID syndrome assessment and monitoring
  16. British Medical Journal, “Patients’ experiences of “longcovid” are missing from the NHS narrative”
  17. British Medical Journal, “We have heard your message about long covid and we will act, says WHO
  18. JAMA, As Their Numbers Grow, COVID-19 “Long Haulers” Stump Experts
  19. BMJ Open, Long COVID and the role of physical activity: a qualitative study
  20. BMJ Open, What is the recovery rate and risk of long-term consequences following a diagnosis of COVID-19? A harmonised, global longitudinal observational study protocol
  21. data, Survey of Decentralized Solutions with Mobile Devices for User Location Tracking, Proximity Detection, and Contact Tracing in the COVID-19 Era
  22. Electronic Journal of General Medicine, Post-COVID-19 Syndrome in Egyptian Healthcare Staff: Highlighting the Carers Sufferings
  23. MedRxiv, Distinct Autoimmune Antibody Signatures Between Hospitalized Acute COVID-19 Patients, SARS-CoV2 Convalescent Individuals, and Unexposed Pre-Pandemic Controls
  24. Journal of Orthopedic & Sports Physical Therapy, Physical Therapists Living With Long COVID, Part 2: When” Keep Pushing” Isn’t the Answer
  25. British Medical Journal, “Neuropsychiatric complications of covid-19.”
  26. BMC Health Services Research, Persistent symptoms after Covid-19: qualitative study of 114 “long Covid” patients and draft quality principles for services
  27. American Family Physician, Long COVID: A Primer for Family Physicians
  28. Journal of Physical Medicine, Epidemiological Impact of Myocarditis
  29. Wellcome Open Research, Why the Patient-Made Term ‘Long Covid’ is needed
  30. International Journal of Audiology, One year on: an updated systematic review of SARS-CoV-2, COVID-19 and audio-vestibular symptoms
  31. Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Journal, Outcomes of a COVID‐19 recovery program for patients hospitalized with SARS‐CoV‐2 infection in New York City: A prospective cohort study
  32. Occupational Medicine, Long Covid Implications for the workplace
  33. OSF, Patient-made Long Covid changed COVID-19 (and the production of science, too)
  34. The South African General Practitioner, Sick and tired of COVID-19: long haulers and post viral (fatigue) syndromes
  35. UK Parliament Written Evidence, ‘Long Covid’: evidence, recommendations and priority research questions
  36. MedRxiv, Post‑COVID‑19 syndrome in outpatients: a cohort study
  37. Journal of Orthopedic & Sports Physical Therapy, Physical Therapists Living With Long COVID, Part 1: Defining the Indefinable
  38. Journal of Orthopedic & Sports Physical Therapy, We Already Know Enough to Avoid Making the Same Mistakes Again With Long COVID
  39. F1000 Research, A national survey of community rehabilitation service provision for people with long Covid in Scotland
  40. Egyptian Journal of Bronchology, Determinants of persistent post-COVID-19 symptoms: value of a novel COVID-19 symptom score
  41. International Journal of Pharmaceutics and Pharmacology, A Review on Post COVID-19 Effects
  42. BMC Medicine, Research priorities for Long Covid: refined through an international multi-stakeholder forum
  43. JAMA Network Open, Association of Acute Symptoms of COVID-19 and Symptoms of Depression in Adults
  44. MedRxiv, Characteristics of Long Covid: findings from a social media survey
  45. Tu Vien Austria, Examining Austrian COVID-19 Data in the Context of Linear Regression
  46. MedRxiv, Development and validation of the long covid symptom and impact tools, a set of patient-reported instruments constructed from patients’ lived experience
  47. Journal of Advances in Medicine and Medical Research, Post COVID-19 Syndrome: A Literature Review
  48. MedRxiv, Acute and persistent symptoms in non-hospitalized PCR-confirmed COVID-19 patients
  49. MedRxiv, Population-based estimates of post-acute sequelae of SARS-CoV-2 infection (PASC) prevalence and characteristics: A cross-sectional study
  50. BJGP Open, Finding the ‘right’ GP: a qualitative study of the experiences of people with long-COVID
  51. MedRxiv, Long-term COVID-19 symptoms in a large unselected population
  52. BioRxiv, In silico prediction of COVID-19 test efficiency with DinoKnot
  53. MedRxiv, Incidence of Long-term Post-acute Sequelae of SARS-CoV-2 Infection Related to Pain and Other Symptoms: A Living Systematic Review and Meta-analysis
  54. MedRxiv, Post-acute sequelae of COVID-19 in a non-hospitalized cohort: results from the Arizona CoVHORT
  55. MedRxiv, Challenges in defining Long COVID: Striking differences across literature, Electronic Health Records, and patient-reported information
  56. MedRxiv, Burden of Post-COVID-19 Syndrome and Implications for Healthcare Service Planning: A Population-based Cohort Study
  57. MedRxiv, Risk factors for long-term consequences of COVID-19 in hospitalised adults in Moscow using the ISARIC Global follow-up protocol: StopCOVID cohort study
  58. MedRxiv, Chronic COVID-19 Syndrome and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS) following the first pandemic wave in Germany – a first analysis of a prospective observational study
  59. MedRxiv, A national prospective cohort study of SARS/COV2 pandemic outcomes in the U.S.: The CHASING COVID Cohort
  60. Italian Journal of Occupational Medicine and Ergonomics, Recommendations for the respiratory rehabilitation of hospitalized and discharged COVID-19 patients: A sistematic review
  61. South East Asia Nursing Research, High Flow Nasal Cannula Oxygen Therapy in Long Hauler Covid-19 Patients: A Case Study
  62. MedRxiv, Persistence of symptoms up to 10 months following acute COVID-19 illness
  63. Erciyes Medical Journal, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome After COVID-19 Infection: A Call for Action
  64. Authorea, COVID-19 survivors with Post Intensive Care Syndrome: Key rehabilitation strategies for Africa
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