Living With Covid Recovery final dataset


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Please find further information regarding this dataset in the attached file. Design Cross-sectional single-arm service evaluation of real-time user data.  Setting 31 Post-COVID clinics in the UK. Participants 3,754 adults diagnosed with PCS in primary or secondary care, deemed suitable for rehabilitation.  Intervention Patients using the Living With Covid Recovery (LWCR) Digital Health Intervention (DHI) registered between 30/11/20 and 23/03/22. Primary and secondary outcome measures The primary outcome was the baseline Work and Social Adjustment Scale (WSAS). WSAS measures the functional limitations of the patient; scores ≥20 indicate moderately severe limitations. Other symptom data collected included fatigue (FACIT-F), depression (PHQ-8), anxiety (GAD-7), breathlessness (MRC Dyspnoea Scale and Dyspnoea-12), cognitive impairment (PDQ-5) and health-related quality of life (EQ-5D). 

Data collection period 30/11/20 to 17/7/22 (inclusive) 

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Creator Murray, Elizabeth; Goodfellow, Henry; Blandford, Ann ORCID logo; Bradbury, Katherine ORCID logo; De Oliveira Gomes, Manuel; Hamilton, Fiona; Henley, William; Stevenson, Fiona
Publisher University College London UCL
Contributor Figshare
Publication Year 2024
OpenAccess true
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Language English
Resource Type Dataset
Discipline Other