Bridges research and development projects

LISTEN: co-designing and evaluating personalised self-management support for long Covid

The Listen project is one of 15 projects from across the UK awarded a total of £19.6 million to understand and manage long COVID. For more information about the funded studies click here

Listen is jointly led by Bridges Founder, Professor Fiona Jones of Kingston University and St George’s, University of London, and Professor Monica Busse of Cardiff University. The Listen project aims to work in partnership with individuals living with long Covid and to co-design, co-deliver, and evaluate a personalised self-management support intervention with a specific focus on non-hospitalised people living with long Covid. Bridges will be playing a key role in the co-design stages as well as delivering training to all the participating rehabilitation teams. As ever we will be co-delivering the sessions with people living with long Covid. For the first time we are working in partnership with our colleagues at Diversity and Ability to help ensure the co-design and evaluation is inclusive for people from across all communities. As the project reaches key milestones, findings and developments will be shared widely and feedback invited from the broader ‘long Covid’ community. In the meantime, all the latest project news will be posted on the LISTEN twitter page @TheLISTENproj Please see the link to our blog below for more about the Listen project

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