QAPC Update

Dear QAPC participants,

Thank you very much for your participation in this important project.  Your engagement has allowed us to more fully understand the impact that COVID and the post-COVID syndrome has had on the lives of people affected.  A summary of the main findings can be found at this link

We also looked very closely at mental health symptoms and fatigue. A description of the mental health profile can be found at this link.

We also looked at what happened over time with fatigue.  For people who continued to provide information about this important symptom, we noted that a proportion of people with the highest level of fatigue continued with the experience over the duration of the study which was 18 months.  This experience has been reported by other researchers pointing out the need for a deeper understanding of post-COVID fatigue which is a topic of concern of many researchers.

Again, thank you for your participation.

About QAPC

The purpose of the project is to create a functional profile of people with post-COVID-19 syndrome to guide self-management and to prioritize people for more in-depth assessment.

We’re building a province-wide study to support research on the post-COVID-19 syndrome. Join the search for answers.

Participate in Research

The QAPC study is no longer recruiting new participants.

If you are already registered, please continue your participation so we can track how the Post-COVID Syndrome evolves.

Thank you for your continued participation.

The QAPC Team

Participant Resources

Activity Tracker and
Symptom Monitoring Apps

All participants will be invited to monitor their most troublesome symptoms and track their physical activity using apps that have been modified for this project.

Personal Health Dashboard

We will periodically gather information and generate a personalized symptom dashboard, which will be sent to each participant to help them put their symptoms into context.

Self Management Resources

All participants will receive a suite of tailored resources (videos, workbooks, etc.) to support their self-management of some post-COVID symptoms and recovery.

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Post-COVID Project

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