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Research projects

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Understanding long-term COVID-19 symptoms and outcomes among community-based populations. Please complete a 5 minutes online survey at www.MBlongcovid.ca

Exploring long COVID-19 and associated healthcare use in Latin America. Please complete a 5 minutes online survey in Spanish- Cuestionairo en Español aca 

Association between physical activity, cardiorespiratory responses and symptoms exacerbation in patients with post COVID-19 syndrome.  We are recruiting participants. Please contact us!

Self-management of post-COVID-19 syndrome using wearable biometric technology (We are recruiting participants. Please contact us!. The main objective of this pilot study is to evaluate the impact of a self-management intervention using wearable biometric technology on post-COVID-19 syndrome.

Pulmonary rehabilitation post-COVID-19: a pilot study 

The main objective of this pilot study is to evaluate the effect of a remote interdisciplinary PR program that is delivered using two exercise approaches on the recovery of long-term post-COVD-19 outcomes. 

Using technology to engage patients with interstitial lung disease in a home exercise program. (Data processing)

The main objective of this pilot study is to evaluate the impact of a self-management intervention using wearable biometric technology on long-term post-COVID-19 outcomes. 

CanTreatCOVID- Canadian Apatative Platform Trial of Treatments for COVI in Community Settings. Dr. Sanchez is a

Co-investigator in this study which aims to identify effective, safe, affordable and evidence-based oral treatments so 

they can be accessed by the community. 

Long COVID-19 in children and teens: a systematic review and meta-analysis. This systemic review explored the effects of COVID-19 on lung imaging, lung function, cardiorespiratory symptoms, fatigue, exercise capacity and activities of daily living (ADL) in children and adolescents ≥ 3 months after infection.

Optimizing Pulmonary Rehabilitation: what works for whom?

The general objective of this study is to assess the impact of an interdisciplinary regional PR program on patient exercise capacity, self-efficacy and health-related quality of life according to patient’s characteristics and main RD diagnosis. In addition, to identify subgroups or phenotypes of COPD patients based on similarities of patient characteristics and baseline outcomes, and to compare outcome improvement of these phenotypes.

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