High time to LISTEN: co-designing and evaluating self-management support with and for people living with long Covid

22 Sep 2021

It seems that not a day goes by without my twitter feed bringing up yet more worrying symptoms of long Covid, adding to the already considerable list. Only today, I chance upon a new study highlighting the extent of kidney damage wrought by the disease, shared in the midst of a flurry of anxious tweets… View Article

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I like your hat. A window on virtual research in a pandemic.

20 Jan 2021

I like your hat, really suits you… (me) I like your jumper, lovely colour…(Neema) Thanks for joining and doing this interview…(me) I nearly didn’t. I don’t like new things, since my stroke I’m nervous of talking to people I don’t know. I am worried about getting things wrong (Neema) Neema was 22 years old and… View Article

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COVID-19: a catalyst for bravery

8 Sep 2020

As the impact of another surge in COVID-19 looms, we have an opportunity to take stock of not only the challenges that COVID-19 has thus far presented but where this has brought us to in terms of unexpected or new opportunities, and creative ways of working to facilitate the ongoing delivery of person-centred, long-term support… View Article

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