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Research Impact

Research impact from the LOCOMOTION study publications can be measured and evidenced in multiple ways. This includes publication metrics such as the number of citations, downloads, news mentions, and social media activity. Influence on national Long COVID policies and guidance is another example of research impact from the study.

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Publication Metrics

Publication metrics for LOCOMOTION publications are shown below. Learn more about the interpretation and use of publication metrics from the University of Leeds Research Metrics page.

Orthostatic tachycardia after covid-19. (Publication Link)

Towards evidence-based and inclusive models of peer support for long covid: A hermeneutic systematic review. (Publication Link)

Long covid - an update for primary care. (Publication Link)

LOng COvid Multidisciplinary consortium Optimising Treatments and servIces acrOss the NHS (LOCOMOTION): protocol for a mixed-methods study in the UK. (Publication Link)

Are vaccines a potential treatment for long covid? (Publication Link)

Influence on Long COVID Policy

As more publications from the LOCOMOTION Long COVID study are generated, we hope that they will begin to have an influence on the Long COVID national policies and guidance that are written. Details of this impact will be added here when they are available.

Further Information

Other examples of impact from the LOCOMOTION study can be found on the Clinician and Patient Feedback page. In addition to the scientific publications mentioned on this page, there are more LOCOMOTION publications, these can be found on our Scientific Publications page.