Scientific Publications are a key part of LOCOMOTION outputs and impact. Their purpose is to disseminate the findings from our research with target audiences including, other researchers, clinicians, patients, and the public. Publications from the LOCOMOTION study are open-access, for the purposes of increasing visibility, accessibility, and impact of our research.
Scientific publications from the LOCOMOTION study: (Most recent first)
Mansoubi M, Dawes J, Bhatia A, Vashisht H, Collett J, Greenwood D, Ezekiel L, O’Connor D, Leveridge P, Rayner C, Read F, Sivan M, Tucker-Bell I, Ward T, Delaney B, Muehlhausen W, Dawes H, LOCOMOTION Consortium.
Digital home monitoring for capturing daily fluctuation of symptoms; a longitudinal repeated measures study: Long Covid Multi-disciplinary Consortium to Optimise Treatments and Services across the NHS (a LOCOMOTION study).
BMJ Open 2023;13:e071428. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2022-071428 (PDF)
Jordan M.C.R., Kawalek J, Parkin A, Rayner C, Mir G, Sivan M, Greenhalgh T.
Towards evidence-based and inclusive models of peer support for long covid: A hermeneutic systematic review.
Social Science & Medicine 2023;115669. doi: 10.1016/j.socscimed.2023.115669 (PDF)
Sivan M, Greenhalgh T, Darbyshire JL, et al; on behalf of the LOCOMOTION consortium.
LOng COvid Multidisciplinary consortium Optimising Treatments and servIces acrOss the NHS (LOCOMOTION): protocol for a mixed-methods study in the UK.
BMJ Open 2022;12:e063505. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2022-063505 (PDF)
Sivan M, Ross D, Tarrant R, Davison J, Parkin A, Diskin H, France S, Sharda J, Gosling J, and Mishra S; for the WHO Europe team.
Support for Rehabilitation: Self-Management after COVID-19-Related Illness.
World Health Organization. Sept 2021. Available online.
Visit our Impact page to see what impact these publications have had, through examples of clinician and patient feedback, publication metrics, and influence on national policies.
Other important scientific publications from the LOCOMOTION team are given in our News section whenever relevant.
Some articles from the study may be published in a pre-print format. These are articles that are published whilst awaiting peer review, to enable information to be accessible sooner. Details of any LOCOMOTION pre-prints can be found on our pre-prints page.