Long Covid Zoom Event – 1pm to 2pm, 14 January 2021

As roll out of the vaccine gives us all hope, an increasing number of Covid-19 patients report debilitating and often serious symptoms continuing for weeks or months – a condition now known as Long Covid.

Fatigue and breathlessness are common symptom but patients with severe Covid-19 frequently suffer brain complications and the virus can also cause serious cardiovascular problems.

Join us to hear our distinguished panel of experts on their work understanding and treating the long-term effects of the virus that brought the world to a standstill 


Elaine Maxwell, is author of the NIHR review Living with Covid  published last month and describes herself as a ‘knowledge broker’ when it comes to  this multi aspect condition.

Prof Gerome Breen of Kings College London is co-lead of the COVID-19 Clinical Neuroscience Study (COVID-CNS) which will look at neurological or neuropsychiatric complications following Covid.

Dr David Strain of Exeter University Medical School, has been heavily involved in the Covid-19 response team. He is part of a team Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Clinic where he is already seeing patients with Long Covid.

Elaine Maxwell

Prof Gerome Breen

Dr David Strain


Zoom joining details will be emailed to all attendees on the morning of the event.