Post-COVID Condition Core Outcomes
PC-COS PROJECT STAGE 2: HOW TO MEASURE?
ROUND 1 IS COMPLETED
PC-COS study Q&A on developing
LongCOVID core outcome set

Watch Q&A on developing a core outcome set for
post-COVID condition (LongCOVID) with Dr Margaret O'Hara, a founder Trustee of Long Covid Support and PC-COS project's co-lead Dr Tim Nicholson
PC-COS study Q&A on developing
LongCOVID core outcome set

Watch Q&A on developing a core outcome set for
post-COVID condition (LongCOVID) with Dr Margaret O'Hara, a founder Trustee of Long Covid Support and PC-COS project's co-lead Dr Tim Nicholson
PC-COS study Q&A on developing
LongCOVID core outcome set

Watch Q&A on developing a core outcome set for
post-COVID condition (LongCOVID) with Dr Margaret O'Hara, a founder Trustee of Long Covid Support and PC-COS project's co-lead Dr Tim Nicholson
Our News and Latest Updates
Podcast
Post-COVID-19 condition in children: a COS is urgently needed – read comment by Daniel Munblit, et al
Listen to a new podcast with PC-COS co-leads Daniel Munblit and Dale Needham on core outcomes post-COVID-19
A core outcome set for post-COVID-19 condition in adults is now published in the Lancet Respiratory Medicine

JUNE 14, 2022
JUNE 14, 2022
JUNE 15, 2022
Our News and Latest Updates
Post-COVID-19 condition in children: a COS is urgently needed – read comment by Daniel Munblit, et al
Listen to a new podcast with PC-COS co-leads Daniel Munblit and Dale Needham on core outcomes post-COVID-19
A core outcome set for post-COVID-19 condition in adults is now published in the Lancet Respiratory Medicine

JUNE 14, 2022
JUNE 2022
PC-COS Project
The Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has necessitated rapid responses from healthcare systems and research networks all over the world. The post-COVID-19 condition, also known as Long-COVID-19 is becoming an important target for research and clinical practice. With an increasing number of studies assessing sequelae of COVID-19, there is a need for a standardised evaluation and reporting of outcomes.

PC-COS project is an international consensus study to develop a standardised set of outcomes – a ‘core outcome set’ (COS) – to be used by all future trials examining outcomes and clinical practice in people with the post-COVID condition.

The project is designed by a group of international experts and members of the public, including people with lived experience of the post-COVID condition, and is supported by WHO.
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People with Post-COVID Condition 

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Health professionals and researchers

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