Program Overview

The Chronic Health Improvement Research Program (CHIRP) has been collaborating with teams at the Dartmouth Institute Coproduction Laboratory and the Post-Acute COVID Syndrome (PACS) Clinic at Dartmouth Hitchcock on multiple COVID initiatives beginning at the onset of the pandemic and into its endemic period.  This work includes a number of recent publications in the ISQua Journal in a special 2021 special supplement on coproduction (see “COVID Publications” below), and the development of a  “Long Covid” coproduction learning health system at Dartmouth-Hitchcock in NH in an innovation initiative funded by the Dartmouth Institute Levy Incubator program in 2022 and led by Co-PIs Dr. Jeffrey Parsonette (Director, PACS Clinic at Dartmouth-Hitchcock) and Dr. Brant Oliver (Director, CHIRP). To learn more, visit the Dartmouth-Hitchcock PACS Clinic website