Project Details

Description

Covid-19 is a multi-systemic condition with an array of acute predominantly respiratory, cardio-vascular, gastric, and neurological symptoms and effects, some of which are long-lasting. Given the diversity of presentation and rehabilitation needs, different patients require different types of services. Moreover, the same patient will require different services at different stages in their recovery, as is to be expected with a long recovery. This anthropological study explores the illness experiences of people diagnosed with and treated for COVID 19 and examines their ways of managing their physical, cognitive and emotional recovery, including their perceptions of their current and future needs and priorities.
Participants: This project is an affiliation between the research unit PROgrez and Region Zealand.
StatusActive
Effective start/end date01/04/202031/08/2022