Have you had COVID-19?
Would you be willing to share your experience with us?
BSMS and the University of Sussex are conducting research into individual experiences of COVID-19 and the persistence of symptoms as well as other long-term effects on people’s lives including mental well-being, social and economic aspects.
Why we’re doing this research
Researchers at Brighton and Sussex Medical School and the University of Sussex are conducting research into the various aspects of COVID-19 affecting people’s health, mental-well-being, and wider life circumstances. We are particularly interested in the long term consequences of COVID-19 (often referred to as ‘Long COVID’) and we are hoping to build a research-interested cohort of individuals who are willing to share their experience of COVID-19 with us.
What we need from you
If you have tested positive for COVID-19 at any time in the past, and had a positive test (PCR, antibody test or rapid test) please consider taking part. It does not require you to visit us on campus, all you need to do is answer a number of questions researchers at Brighton and Sussex Medical School (BSMS) have compiled. Your answers will help us to understand a number of important issues around COVID-19 and to focus on the most relevant research questions that can be investigated by researchers from various disciplines across the university.
To get involved, please contact us in one of the following ways
Call 0808 164 1888 and speak to a member of One Research, a dedicated research recruitment company or complete the form below. You will then be contacted by our team.