Roundtable on Models of Care for Post–COVID-19 Condition: Summary Report

Post‒COVID-19 condition, also known as long COVID, is a condition where people experience new or persisting symptoms for more than 12 weeks after an initial COVID-19 illness. People with post‒COVID-19 condition may experience a range of symptoms including, but not limited to:, fatigue, shortness of breath, muscle aches, and cognitive and mental health challenges. There is a great deal of uncertainty about the condition and its management, there are important implications for delivering patient-centred and equitable health services in every province and territory in Canada.

On June 1, 2022, in response to this important health system challenge, CADTH hosted a virtual roundtable to convene and connect pan-Canadian stakeholders on post–COVID-19 condition models of care. The day included presentations from several experts, as well as time for participants to discuss various aspects of initiating, developing, and implementing different models of care across Canada.

This summary report provides an overview of the roundtable, including summaries of the discussions held by participants.

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