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Symptom Management and Patient Empowerment Through The Long Covid Wearable Study

April 29 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm PDT

The lived experiences of people with ME and Long Covid have shown that activity management, or pacing, can be an effective method of reducing symptom severity. However, pacing is difficult to implement. Many people living with energy-limiting conditions have utilized wrist-worn wearables, or activity trackers, to help implement pacing. To validate the value of using wearables to implement pacing, Scripps Research is launching The Long Covid Wearable Study. This one-year study will gather survey and wearable data in a bid to better manage symptoms and empower study participants to manage their health.

In this webinar, Julia Moore Vogel, PhD, (Senior Program Director at Scripps Research and Principal Investigator of the Long Covid Wearable Study) will share more details on the study (including the inclusion criteria), explain how you can join the study using your Solve Together account, and answer questions from attendees.

If you are enrolled in the Solve Together Real-World Data Platform (ST-RWD), you can easily join this study based on your ST-RWD account. We will send relevant instructions through the ST-RWD platform messaging system by May 6th, 2024, on how to join this study directly from your ST-RWD dashboard.

If you are not a current user of the Solve Together RWD Platform, you can learn more about what the platform has to offer on this webpage (https://solvecfs.org/research/solve-together/). You can also email us at research@solvecfs.org if you have any questions.

Watch a recording of the webinar here:


April 29
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm PDT
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