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About these resources

Many publishers have made content and resources freely available during the COVID-19 period. The resources on this guide specifically relate to the virus itself, its impact and clinical care.

This arrangement is temporary. The resources in question, and their contents, are subject to change at short notice.

This guide's resources should be treated as being apart from our 'standard' arrangements, and our having access to a publisher's COVID-19 content does not guarantee access to the rest of that publisher's content.

While these arrangements are temporary, any feedback we receive during this period about these resources is useful and can feed into future decisions. To give feedback, please either contact the librarian for your subject area, or complete the following form:

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Books and Articles on COVID-19

This list below includes:

  • downloadable datasets
  • ebooks
  • ebook chapters
  • Journal articles

Specialised Searching Tools and Widgets

This box contains resources for:

  • Building or embedding specialised search tools into a website
  • Specialised search tools on economic and media topics

Resources for Clinical Care and NHS Staff on COVID-19

The list below includes:

  • Clinical point of care tools
  • Treatment guidelines
  • Making evidence based treatment decisions

Signposting to other resources on COVID-19

This box contains resources that will:

  • Direct you to other resources curated by the organisation below

Therapeutic and Vaccine research on COVID-19

This box contains resources for:

  • Biochemical & therapeutics research
  • Vaccination research

Electronic Lab Notebook (ELN) software