The VR for LongCovid Rehab project comes to an end

As the VR for LongCovid Rehab project comes to an end we wanted to take a moment to express our gratitude for the opportunity to work with such talented and dedicated teams and partners. It has been an incredible experience to collaborate with each and every one of you to bring this project to fruition.

We are incredibly proud of what we have achieved together. From the initial planning stages to the final execution, we have all worked tirelessly to ensure that this project was completed successfully. Your hard work, creativity, and attention to detail have been truly inspiring, and we have learned so much from each other.


Thank you to the consortium partners:

Sint Maartenskliniek (the Netherlands), European Association of Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality (EUROVR) (Belgium), St. Mauritius Therapieklinik (Germany), Teesside University (UK), Université de Lille 1 - Sciences et Technologies (France), Games Solution Lab (the Netherlands), In4Care (Belgium) and University College Cork (Republic of Ireland).


Thank you to the teams:


Team Xhalers supported by University College Cork, Teesside University (UK), University College Dublin, Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust, Health Innovation Hub Ireland, The Pain toolkit, Interreg  North-West Europe.  

Team Explore Deep supported by St. Mauritius Therapieklinik, University of Wroclaw + ETUDE, Radboud University Medical Center.

Team MotiVeeR UZeLf supported by UZ Leuven, InMotionVR - ImproVIVE, In4Care, Interreg  North-West Europe.

Thank you to all the patients, patient advocates and the whole community that has been supporting us along the way taking part in this journey one way or another, without you all of you these would have not been possible. 

This is not a goodbye, we will continue our hard work and dedication in the next step of the project “scaling up for Impact”, which surely will bring many of us together again.


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