Oxford Brookes University Research Survey: The Effect of Smell and Taste Disorders in Long-Covid on Mental Health Disorder Symptomatology
Researchers at Oxford Brookes University are investigating how losing or noticing changes to taste and/or smell due to Covid-19 might have an impact on mental health. The study involves a completely anonymous questionnaire.
Please click here if you’d like to take part: https://brookeshls.co1.qualtrics.com/…/SV_cLTJQRdNJOzJWVo
Lead researcher, Dr Andy Mitchelmore explains: “The impact of smell/taste disorders are part of Long-Covid which is under-researched compared to some of the other consequences of the virus, and the mental health of people living with impaired taste and smell is hugely important to investigate. As well as collecting information from people who have had issues with taste and/or smell, we are collecting data from people who have no history of Covid-19 or taste and/or smell loss as a comparison group – so even if you have had no taste or smell issues, please do take part! Please ask you family and friends to get involved.”
You have the option of providing an email address so you can receive a copy of the study when it’s completed – we will include the outcomes on our Research page when they are available.