New research about the longer-term effects of Covid-19 is being undertaken by scientists and clinicians at a rapid pace, and new information resources are being made available all the time.

If you know of a relevant resource, or an updated version, please contact us.

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‘Living with Long Covid’

This is a resource for nurses working in the community and primary care. The document was developed to support nurses’ knowledge base and practice around ‘Long Covid’, or Post-Covid Syndrome.

Long Covid Nurses and Midwives UK is a group of nurses and midwives in the UK, living with Long Covid. Their aim is to support, raise awareness, advocate and direct those living with Long Covid to useful resources. The QNI is one of the trusted partner organisations of the group.

Office for National Statistics (ONS) data and analysis reports on Long Covid (updated monthly).

Prevalence of ongoing symptoms following coronavirus (COVID-19) infection in the UK: 30 March 2023.

Policy and Guidance

General resources

Workforce and Occupational Health

Neurological symptoms, ‘brain fog’ cognitive impairment and chronic fatigue

ONS data indicates fatigue is the most common symptom reported by individuals’ experiencing long COVID and then difficulty concentrating. These symptoms fluctuate throughout the day which adds to the frustration. There are a number of resources:

Wider Impact of Covid-19


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