Resources & Publications
National Institute of Health Webinar on Neurological Impacts of COVID
On July 14 and July 15, the National Institute of Health held a webinar on the neurological impacts of acute COVID-19 and long-COVID. Read the summary of the webinar here.
While most COVID-19 patients go on to fully recover, research shows a significant percentage of patients who get COVID-19 continue to experience a constellation of physical and mental complications weeks and even months after acute infection. This document breaks down all the questions to help you understand long-COVID.
Webinar Recording: The Emergence of Long-COVID and Key Implications
On May 6, 2021, Andrew Croshaw, Josh Trent, and Dr. Brett Giroir hosted a conversation that examined the emergence of long-COVID (or Post-Acute Sequelae of SARS-CoV-2 infection, PASC). The discussion included implications health care stakeholders should consider including data and evidence generation, potential models of care delivery, patients’ costs and care needs, and potential socio-economic impacts. A recording of the discussion can be found here and slides can be found here.