The INSPIRE COVID Study involves 5,000 volunteers now sought for an online study across America investigating the long-term symptoms of COVID-19. It’s becoming apparent some percentage of those with COVID-19 experience long-term symptoms, subsequently known as “long haulers,” and the rate varies. In this particular study, those that are eligible to participate actually share their personal health information with the study team so that specific themes and patterns can be identified in a quest to improve long-term clinical care for those facing these challenges. This is a study funded by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Called the "Innovative Support for Patients with SARS-CoV-2 Infections Registry" (INSPIRE) study, in America’s second most populated city, this study exists to determine the long-term physical and mental effects of the novel coronavirus. The study uses innovative technology and electronic health record data as participants share their symptoms and experience via online surveys as well as their records via a highly secure, cloud-based personal health platform.
The study is conducted in English and Spanish. Funded by the C...
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