This 15-minute film was developed as an educational intervention for primary care clinicians from 25 interviews with people with long COVID in Wisconsin from 2020-2022. Despite attempts at maximum variation sampling and success interviewing people with diverse identities and experiences, most of the participants in this film and the majority of those who gave us permission to use video footage identified as white and female. The film also includes learnings interviews in 2023 with 15 mental health providers, community health workers, lawyers, physicians and nurses, program managers, and home visitors. This project was made possible by the UW-Madison Institute for Clinical & Translational Research (ICTR) with support from NIH-NCATS Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA) 1UL1TR002373 and funds through a grant from the Wisconsin Partnership Program at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health Program, Wisconsin Partnership Program (WPP 5129). Interviews with people with long COVID were funded by a University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Family Medicine and Community Health Small Grant.

This film is accompanied by resource sheets, facilitation guides, and evaluations. To download materials to replicate this intervention click herePlease contact the UW-Madison Qualitative and Health Experiences Research lab qherlab@fammed.wisc.edu to learn more about this project or share your experiences watching this film.


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