The psychosocial impact of living with long-covid has received limited attention (Maxwell, 2020) and should not be overlooked in favour of purely medical and rehabilitation approaches to symptoms (Lyons et al., 2020). This review aims to synthesise current evidence to identify and explore key themes which illustrate the psychosocial aspects of the lived experience of long-covid; looking beyond the impact of long-covid symptoms and experiences of healthcare, to the broader psychosocial impact of living with long-covid.
|Type||systematic review protocol|
|Media of output||PROSPERO|
|Publication status||Published - 30 Jun 2022|