A 12-month Prospective study: A Self-reported outcome of South African population recovering from COVID-19 pandemic
Overview of research project
The brief purpose of this study is to determine the patient-reported outcomes of participants recovering from COVID-19. This is a longitudinal study seeking to study the same population over a period of 12 months in intermittent timepoints. This study will collect data and assess the change in reported outcomes by participants over a period of 12 months. With the current design, assess the mean change averaged across the repeated outcome data. Assess the change in reported outcome over time for patients that had a mild diagnosis, acute and critical. Therefore, the primary hypothesis of the study changes in participants, quality of life, physical functioning, mental, and pulmonary function over time following COVID-19 infection.
Name of researcher/developer
The project requires funding to develop a mobile technology that will load specific systems for data collection directly from participants. The funding will also enable the design, the conduct, data collection, analysis of the data collected over time.
No funding to date to undertake project
Stage of development
Research in Progress
The Central University of Technology, CUT