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The project, involving Oxford University Hospitals, Defence Medical Services (DMS), and the Radcliffe Department of Medicine is in the running for a prestigious honour at the Health Service Journal Awards 2021.

Radiologist stood beside a scanning machine © Martin Phelps

The Defence COVID-19 Rehabilitation and Recovery Service (DCRS) is shortlisted for the Military and Civilian Health Partnership Award, which celebrates excellence in healthcare and health improvement for the Armed Forces community and the importance of working with partners.

The project has so far helped nearly 300 UK Armed Forces personnel with persistent COVID-19 symptoms recover. This is done through a comprehensive clinical, rehabilitation, and occupational medicine assessment involving all three partners.

Read the full story on the Radcliffe Department of Medicine website

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