The COVID-19 Survivor Study
Who conducts this survey?
The COVID-HL Network, the Asian Health Literacy Association (AHLA), and the Health Research Alliance (HRA) jointly conduct the Global COVID-19 Survivors Survey.
Starting in Vietnam from November 2021, Global COVID-19 Survivors Survey is currently being conducted by research partners from 10 countries involved in Global COVID-19 Survivors Project. Each participating country have named Principal Investigators who are responsible for their own survey. All partners are currently at different stages of the implementation.
How is this survey conducted?
The study is implemented as an online survey. Different online tools are used in the participating countries. The greatest attention is paid to data protection and data security. All tools and web servers used are subject to high data protection and security requirements. All data are transmitted via an encrypted connection using the secure encryption protocol “https“.
Who is the target group of this survey?
This survey focuses on people who recovered from COVID-19 infection (COVID-19 survivors).
How long does it take to fill out the questionnaire?
It will take approximately 25-30 minutes to answer the questionnaire.
Do I have to participate the survey?
No! Participation in the online study is, of course, voluntary and anonymous, i.e. the data cannot be assigned to the respondents. Even if you do not participate, this does not have any disadvantages for you. Before you start answering the questionnaire, you will receive essential information. Only when you have given your consent to participate, you will be taken to the online questionnaire.
What happens with the data?
The applicable data protection regulations are met at all times. The collection of personal data is kept to a minimum and your confidentiality is guaranteed at all times. The data is accordingly encrypted and stored securely and only processed by skilled and experienced researchers of the study team.