Long COVID and Fatiguing Illness Recovery Program

LC&FIRP Presents a New Online Course

Brain Fog and Cognitive Impairment in Post-COVID Conditions

Open March 13 - June 12, 2023


Brain fog and cognitive impairment are present in about 25 percent of patients who recover from COVID infections. Understanding the epidemiology, pathophysiology, medical interventions and self-management methods for treating and managing these conditions is becoming increasingly important in clinical practice. This online course provides up-to-date information about the management of these conditions.

The Long COVID and Fatiguing Illness Recovery Program’s (LC&FIRP) asynchronous courses are CDC-funded learning sessions intended to rapidly disseminate Post-acute Sequelae of COVID-19 (PASC) and Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS) findings and emerging best practices. The curriculum for this stand-alone course was derived from research and recent didactic presentations held during LC&FIRP live ECHO sessions and led by subject matter experts. 

This program is open to all health care professionals and Long COVID and ME/CFS patient-lived experience experts interested in learning more about the treatment of Long COVID and ME/CFS.


Module 1: Etiology and Epidemiology

Module 2: Risk Factors and Pathophysiology

Module 3: Clinical Management

Module 4: Self-Management and Patient Resources

CME and CNPD credit for this Enduring Activity has been approved. Participants earn one credit.

You may register for this series of quarterly courses at any time. Each course will be available  for 12 weeks. 

LC&FIRP also offers national monthly ECHO webinars. 

Next session Thursday, June 8
12:00 - 1:00 PM PST

Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN)
Lucinda Bateman, MD

CLICK HERE to register

Questions? Email echoincolorado@gmail.com