Peer to Peer Series: Long-Term Effects of COVID-19 and Rehabilitation Tools for Optimizing Recovery
Instructors: Dr. Marla Beauchamp and Dr. Tania Janaudis-Ferreira
Emerging data on the long-term sequelae after COVID-19 suggests that many patients suffer from persistent and relapsing symptoms including mobility problems, dyspnea, and fatigue. It is likely that these patients will benefit from a rehabilitation intervention. This approach is actually recommended by the World Health Organization.
- Cite emerging data on the long-term sequelae after COVID-19
- Describe preliminary evidence on the trajectory of functional recovery after hospitalization for COVID-19
- Describe the international guidance on rehabilitation in the post-acute phase
CSEP PDCs: 4
Enrollment Length: Three months