HELP FIND EFFECTIVE EARLY TREATMENTS FOR COVID-19
PANORAMIC IS A UK-WIDE CLINICAL STUDY SPONSORED BY THE UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD AND FUNDED BY THE NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR HEALTH RESEARCH TO FIND OUT IN WHICH PEOPLE NEW ANTIVIRAL TREATMENTS FOR COVID-19 IN THE COMMUNITY REDUCE THE NEED FOR HOSPITAL ADMISSION AND GET BETTER SOONER.
We are recruiting volunteers, whether they have been vaccinated or not, to join PANORAMIC through this website, participating GP practices, and other NHS sites across the UK.
PANORAMIC is open to everyone with ongoing symptoms of COVID-19 and a positive PCR or Lateral Flow test, regardless of vaccination status.
You can participate in your own home from anywhere in the UK for the first treatment being tested in panoramic. No face-to-face visits are required.
Follow up will be by answering questions each day online and/or telephone calls with the study team, who will be there to support you to throughout the study.
Who is eligible to join PANORAMIC:
You are currently experiencing COVID-19 symptoms beginning in the last 5 days.
AND: You have had a positive PCR or Lateral Flow test for COVID-19
AND: You are aged 50 or over
OR: Aged 18 or over with a LISTED preexisting condition.
We are investigating these treatments:
Molnupiravir (an antiviral treatment)
The usual standard of NHS care
HOW TO SIGN-UP
You can participate from the comfort of your own home from anywhere in the UK, for the first treatment being tested in PANORAMIC. No face-to-face visits are required. Follow-up will be by answering questions each day online and/or telephone calls with the study team. Our team will support you throughout the study.
If you wish to sign up as a participant:
If you think you are eligible and wish to join the study please select to join below. If you would like to find more please feel free to visit our Participant Information section of the website.
PANORAMIC is proud to work with partners nationwide:
We are opened for recruitment in all four Nations of the UK
PANORAMIC is funded by the Department of Health and Social Care through the National Institute for Health Research.