Panel discussion series
Led by the Long-COVID Australia Collaboration Lived Experience Reference Group, this series explores managing Long-COVID in Australia. Panel discussions will be held several times throughout the year.
1: Rehabilitation and Management Research
April 27 2022
In the first panel discussion in the Managing Long-COVID series, speakers discussed approaches to managing Long-COVID, treatments and rehabilitation options. An Australian living with Long-COVID described her experiences. Speakers also discussed the current state of Long-COVID management in Australia, and described the goals of the Long-COVID Australia collaboration.
Dr David Putrino
Physiotherapist, Director of Rehabilitation Innovation for the Mount Sinai Health System, and Associate Professor of Rehabilitation and Human Performance at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York
National President of the Australian Physiotherapy Association
Prof Andrew Baillie
Professor of Allied Health at the University of Sydney and Sydney Local Health District, and Convenor of the Long-COVID Australia Collaboration
Australian with lived experience of Long-COVID
Long-COVID Australia Lived Experience Reference Group member
Questions and Slides
Answers to questions we did not have time to cover during the Q&A will also appear on this page. Please check here for updates.
2. Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS) and Autonomic Dysfunction in Long-COVID
September 29th 2022
Join us for the second Managing Long-COVID Series webinar. Learn about POTS and Autonomic Dysfunction in Long-COVID. Talks will be followed by a Q&A.
Clinical Nurse Researcher, PhD Candidate at the University of Adelaide and Founding Director of the Australian POTS Foundation
[Download a PDF of the slides from Marie-Claire’s presentation]
Lived experience of POTS and Long-COVID
Senior Exercise Physiologist & Partner at Lofty Health and Wellness – Dysautonomia and Fatigue Conditions
[Download a PDF of the slides from Caelum’s presentation]
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