Obesity and Covid-19 Survey (UK)

The Long-term Impact of Covid-19 on Provision of Weight Management and Bariatric Surgery Services in the UK

A UCL study is continuing to explore the continued long-term impact of Covid-19 on the service provision and changes in service delivery of weight management and bariatric surgery services in the UK. This survey is related to what is happening in services today compared to the end of the first national lockdown in July 2020.

The research is led by Dr Adrian Brown (UCL) and Dr Stuart Flint (Leeds) working alongside colleagues at the University College London, University of Wales Trinity Saint David & Leeds Teaching Trust. This information will improve understanding how different weight management and bariatric surgery services across the UK have coped and adapted their service provision.

The study will take around 20 minutes to complete and all responses will remain anonymous.

Further information and access to the surveys for patients and weight management services can be found below:

Patients: Survey (ucl.ac.uk)

Weight management services: Survey (ucl.ac.uk)

Clinical Category
COVID-19 and Obesity
Target Audience
Healthcare professionals