October 14, 2021
12 p.m. to 1 p.m.
Long COVID is quickly becoming the latest devastating impact of the coronavirus. The so-called long haulers – a significant minority of patients who continue to have fatigue, trouble breathing, heart palpitations and other symptoms months after their initial illness – require an emerging specialty care.
In the spring of 2021, OHSU launched a Long COVID Program specifically designed to coordinate care and learn about the long-term impacts of coronavirus. The multidisciplinary clinic brings together providers who specialize in pulmonology, cardiology, neurology, primary care and physical rehabilitation, among other areas.
Join us this fall for a panel discussion with leaders of the Long COVID Program to discuss what we know about long COVID, and where we go from here.
Jacqueline Bernard, M.D., Associate Professor, Quality Chief and Clinical Vice-Chair, Neurology
Eric Herman, M.D., Chief Primary Care and Population Health Officer
Aluko Hope, M.D., Associate Professor, Pulmonary/Critical Care; Medical Director, Long COVID Clinic
Jeff Schlimgen, P.T., Supervisor, Outpatient Physical Therapy
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