Aug 2020 24

CHOIS Study Monday 24th August 2020 12:00pm - 12:30pm

Event Spaces Remaining: 0/1
Booking Closing Date: Monday August 24th 2020

CHOIS is a study looking at potential long-term health problems and immune responses in NHS staff members that have recovered from COVID-19. This is such a new virus that we don’t know how the virus may affect people’s health in the longer term and whether long-term immunity is produced. We are asking staff members to help with this study, whether or not they have had COVID-19 infection. If you have already had the swab or antibody (blood) test you could still help with the study regardless of the result.

The study is taking part in the Centre for Clinical Infection at James Cook


Aug 2020 25

CHOIS Study Tuesday 25th August 2020 13:30pm - 14:00pm

Event Spaces Remaining: 0/1
Booking Closing Date: Tuesday August 25th 2020

CHOIS is a study looking at potential long-term health problems and immune responses in NHS staff members that have recovered from COVID-19. This is such a new virus that we don’t know how the virus may affect people’s health in the longer term and whether long-term immunity is produced. We are asking staff members to help with this study, whether or not they have had COVID-19 infection. If you have already had the swab or antibody (blood) test you could still help with the study regardless of the result.

The study is taking part in the Centre for Clinical Infection at James Cook


Aug 2020 25

CHOIS Study Tuesday 25th August 2020 14:30pm - 15:00pm

Event Spaces Remaining: 1/1
Booking Closing Date: Tuesday August 25th 2020

CHOIS is a study looking at potential long-term health problems and immune responses in NHS staff members that have recovered from COVID-19. This is such a new virus that we don’t know how the virus may affect people’s health in the longer term and whether long-term immunity is produced. We are asking staff members to help with this study, whether or not they have had COVID-19 infection. If you have already had the swab or antibody (blood) test you could still help with the study regardless of the result.

The study is taking part in the Centre for Clinical Infection at James Cook


Sep 2020 01

CHOIS Study Tuesday 1st September 2020 13:30pm - 14:00pm

Event Spaces Remaining: 1/1
Booking Closing Date: Tuesday September 01st 2020

CHOIS is a study looking at potential long-term health problems and immune responses in NHS staff members that have recovered from COVID-19. This is such a new virus that we don’t know how the virus may affect people’s health in the longer term and whether long-term immunity is produced. We are asking staff members to help with this study, whether or not they have had COVID-19 infection. If you have already had the swab or antibody (blood) test you could still help with the study regardless of the result.

The study is taking part in the Centre for Clinical Infection at James Cook


Sep 2020 01

CHOIS Study Tuesday 1st September 2020 14:00pm - 14:30pm

Event Spaces Remaining: 1/1
Booking Closing Date: Tuesday September 01st 2020

CHOIS is a study looking at potential long-term health problems and immune responses in NHS staff members that have recovered from COVID-19. This is such a new virus that we don’t know how the virus may affect people’s health in the longer term and whether long-term immunity is produced. We are asking staff members to help with this study, whether or not they have had COVID-19 infection. If you have already had the swab or antibody (blood) test you could still help with the study regardless of the result.

The study is taking part in the Centre for Clinical Infection at James Cook


Sep 2020 02

CHOIS Study Wednesday 2nd September 2020 09:00am - 09:30am

Event Spaces Remaining: 1/1
Booking Closing Date: Wednesday September 02nd 2020

CHOIS is a study looking at potential long-term health problems and immune responses in NHS staff members that have recovered from COVID-19. This is such a new virus that we don’t know how the virus may affect people’s health in the longer term and whether long-term immunity is produced. We are asking staff members to help with this study, whether or not they have had COVID-19 infection. If you have already had the swab or antibody (blood) test you could still help with the study regardless of the result.

The study is taking part in the Centre for Clinical Infection at James Cook


Sep 2020 02

CHOIS Study Wednesday 2nd September 2020 09:30am - 10:00am

Event Spaces Remaining: 1/1
Booking Closing Date: Wednesday September 02nd 2020

CHOIS is a study looking at potential long-term health problems and immune responses in NHS staff members that have recovered from COVID-19. This is such a new virus that we don’t know how the virus may affect people’s health in the longer term and whether long-term immunity is produced. We are asking staff members to help with this study, whether or not they have had COVID-19 infection. If you have already had the swab or antibody (blood) test you could still help with the study regardless of the result.

The study is taking part in the Centre for Clinical Infection at James Cook


Sep 2020 02

CHOIS Study Wednesday 2nd September 2020 10:00am - 10:30am

Event Spaces Remaining: 1/1
Booking Closing Date: Wednesday September 02nd 2020

CHOIS is a study looking at potential long-term health problems and immune responses in NHS staff members that have recovered from COVID-19. This is such a new virus that we don’t know how the virus may affect people’s health in the longer term and whether long-term immunity is produced. We are asking staff members to help with this study, whether or not they have had COVID-19 infection. If you have already had the swab or antibody (blood) test you could still help with the study regardless of the result.

The study is taking part in the Centre for Clinical Infection at James Cook


Sep 2020 02

CHOIS Study Wednesday 2nd September 2020 10:30am - 11:00am

Event Spaces Remaining: 1/1
Booking Closing Date: Wednesday September 02nd 2020

CHOIS is a study looking at potential long-term health problems and immune responses in NHS staff members that have recovered from COVID-19. This is such a new virus that we don’t know how the virus may affect people’s health in the longer term and whether long-term immunity is produced. We are asking staff members to help with this study, whether or not they have had COVID-19 infection. If you have already had the swab or antibody (blood) test you could still help with the study regardless of the result.

The study is taking part in the Centre for Clinical Infection at James Cook


Sep 2020 02

CHOIS Study Wednesday 2nd September 2020 11:00am - 11:30am

Event Spaces Remaining: 1/1
Booking Closing Date: Wednesday September 02nd 2020

CHOIS is a study looking at potential long-term health problems and immune responses in NHS staff members that have recovered from COVID-19. This is such a new virus that we don’t know how the virus may affect people’s health in the longer term and whether long-term immunity is produced. We are asking staff members to help with this study, whether or not they have had COVID-19 infection. If you have already had the swab or antibody (blood) test you could still help with the study regardless of the result.

The study is taking part in the Centre for Clinical Infection at James Cook


Sep 2020 02

CHOIS Study Wednesday 2nd September 2020 11:30am - 12:00pm

Event Spaces Remaining: 1/1
Booking Closing Date: Wednesday September 02nd 2020

CHOIS is a study looking at potential long-term health problems and immune responses in NHS staff members that have recovered from COVID-19. This is such a new virus that we don’t know how the virus may affect people’s health in the longer term and whether long-term immunity is produced. We are asking staff members to help with this study, whether or not they have had COVID-19 infection. If you have already had the swab or antibody (blood) test you could still help with the study regardless of the result.

The study is taking part in the Centre for Clinical Infection at James Cook


Sep 2020 03

CHOIS Study Thursday 3rd September 2020 13:00pm - 13:30pm

Event Spaces Remaining: 1/1
Booking Closing Date: Thursday September 03rd 2020

CHOIS is a study looking at potential long-term health problems and immune responses in NHS staff members that have recovered from COVID-19. This is such a new virus that we don’t know how the virus may affect people’s health in the longer term and whether long-term immunity is produced. We are asking staff members to help with this study, whether or not they have had COVID-19 infection. If you have already had the swab or antibody (blood) test you could still help with the study regardless of the result.

The study is taking part in the Centre for Clinical Infection at James Cook


Sep 2020 03

CHOIS Study Thursday 3rd September 2020 14:00pm - 14:30pm

Event Spaces Remaining: 1/1
Booking Closing Date: Thursday September 03rd 2020

CHOIS is a study looking at potential long-term health problems and immune responses in NHS staff members that have recovered from COVID-19. This is such a new virus that we don’t know how the virus may affect people’s health in the longer term and whether long-term immunity is produced. We are asking staff members to help with this study, whether or not they have had COVID-19 infection. If you have already had the swab or antibody (blood) test you could still help with the study regardless of the result.

The study is taking part in the Centre for Clinical Infection at James Cook


Sep 2020 03

CHOIS Study Thursday 3rd September 2020 14:30pm - 15:00pm

Event Spaces Remaining: 1/1
Booking Closing Date: Thursday September 03rd 2020

CHOIS is a study looking at potential long-term health problems and immune responses in NHS staff members that have recovered from COVID-19. This is such a new virus that we don’t know how the virus may affect people’s health in the longer term and whether long-term immunity is produced. We are asking staff members to help with this study, whether or not they have had COVID-19 infection. If you have already had the swab or antibody (blood) test you could still help with the study regardless of the result.

The study is taking part in the Centre for Clinical Infection at James Cook