Recommendation ID
NG188/2
Question

What are the most clinically effective interventions (including social prescribing and structured community support) for managing post‑COVID‑19 syndrome?

Does effectiveness vary for different population groups (for example sex, age, socioeconomic group, black, Asian and minority ethnic group communities or people with learning disabilities)?

Do any symptoms of post‑COVID‑19 syndrome predict the need for specialist intervention?

Are there clusters of symptoms that identify response to interventions in post‑COVID‑19 syndrome?

What is the clinical effectiveness of different service models of multimodality/multidisciplinary post‑COVID‑19 syndrome rehabilitation in improving patient‑reported outcomes (such as quality of life)?

What is the clinical effectiveness of exercise interventions for people with post‑COVID‑19 syndrome? Does effectiveness vary for different population groups (for example sex, age, socioeconomic group, black, Asian and minority ethnic group communities or people with learning disabilities)?

Does early exercise rehabilitation assist in improving symptoms of post‑COVID‑19 syndrome?

Any explanatory notes
(if applicable)

Source guidance details

Comes from guidance
COVID-19 rapid guideline: managing the long-term effects of COVID-19
Number
NG188
Date issued
December 2020

Other details

Is this a recommendation for the use of a technology only in the context of research? No  
Is it a recommendation that suggests collection of data or the establishment of a register?   No  
Last Reviewed 18/12/2020