COVID-19 is an unprecedented public health threat in modern times, especially for middle age and older adults with a chronic illness; beyond the threat of infection, the pandemic may have a longer-term impact on their mental and physical health. We have a unique opportunity to examine the psychosocial and healthcare experiences of a novel cohort of adults with chronic conditions - from before the pandemic’s onset through 5 years after - allowing us to inform public health and health system initiatives by identifying 1) individual risk factors of persistent self-management problems, and 2) viable, modifiable targets for intervention.
|Effective start/end date||6/1/22 → 3/31/27|
- National Institute on Aging (1R01AG075043-01)
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