NIHR Locomotion Research Study- Long Covid

The NHS National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) are looking for people to take part in their Locomotion study.
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The Locomotion study is an ongoing piece of research that aims to help people who are experiencing long COVID symptoms to easily access health, care, and support services.

The Locomotion project seeks to investigate and understand whether certain groups of people are less able to access support and care. Findings from the study will be used to make recommendations for positive change, enabling people to easily receive the support they need, regardless of their background or where they live.

If you are still experiencing illness symptoms for more than four weeks after having COVID-19 you may be eligible to participate in the Locomotion study. Further details regarding eligibility can be found in the leaflet attached to this email. The study primarily focuses on individuals who face discrimination in society.

If you would like to ask any questions, receive further information, or participate in the Locomotion study, please contact the lead investigators directly:

Dr Jordan Mullard: J.Mullard@leeds.ac.uk  

Dr Ghazala Mir: g.mir@leeds.ac.uk

Tel: 0113 3434832

You can also visit the project’s website and social media:

Website: https://locomotion.leeds.ac.uk/

Twitter: @LOCOMOTIONstudy

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