Covid recovery

A selection of tools and information sources that you may find useful

Covid Recovery app
Covid Recovery app

Living with Covid, Recovery app

Jointly developed by UCLP, Living With and Barts Health NHS Trust, this app enables patients to track their health and activity, with data feeding back onto a physio-led dashboard. It provides patients with bespoke information, including customised exercises, and enables physios to provide regular support. Currently in use at Barts Health, CNWL, Solent, Southern Health and Isle of Wight NHS Trusts. To request a demo visit living with Covid recovery.

Free online clinical screening and specialist information service

Physio Anthony Burns and orthopaedic surgeon Simon Boyle have launched a free online platform to help assess musculoskeletal problems and advise patients on appropriate local specialists for their problem. It is designed to help patients across the UK to find the correct treatment for joint, nerve and muscle problems. Start your journey to recovery at ecovery.

Share your ‘Not working from home’ experience in an online exhibition

The University of Oxford is hosting an online exhibition about the daily lives of key workers during the Covid-19 pandemic. 
Between now and June, health professionals who have not been working at home are being invited to submit a photo, short video, audio, or text about what life has been like for them over the last 12 difficult months.  

A panel will recognise 14 entries with awards (each worth £100).  Photos, short text and recordings can be submitted at Not Working From Home.  

A Comprehensive Guide to Rehabilitation of the Older Patient, 4th Edition

This updated and expanded textbook is designed as a resource for all health professionals who are involved in the rehabilitation of older people. Written in an accessible no-jargon style, it provides a patient-centred guide to recent advances in 'A Comprehensive Guide to Rehabilitation of the Older Patient, 4th Edition'

The Learning Hub – Long Covid educational resources 

The Learning Hub, from Health Education England, is a digital platform that provides easy access to a wide range of education and training resources for the health and care workforce. 

It currently contains over 950 resources, shared by colleagues from across health and care professions. These include videos, webinar recordings, e-learning, slide presentations, Q&A packs, simulation scripts, posters, links and lesson plans.

Individuals and organisations can also contribute resources to share their learning about long Covid on the site.

If you come across resources and tools you would like to share with other clinicians please send them to

Resources appearing on this page are not necessarily endorsed by the CSP.

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