This collection of resources assists researchers to find recent literature, datasets, and up-to-date information from a number of authentic publishers and research organizations. Service providers make these resources for free to access. Further, they will update their contents regularly as more research is published.
Datasets and Tools
Includes up-to-date global data. Also access WHO situation reports.
Please register on Elsevier to access these reources. This includes a collection of clinical, bio-medical and life sciences research resources and solutions, through 28 October 2020. Access to ClinicalKey, Embase, SSRN, Mendeley Data (including select Pathway Studio data), Elsevier Text Mining (ETM), Veridata EDC, and the Pure COVID-19 Portal will be provided.
The database includes billions of records. These datasets were collected from medical and pharmacy claims data, electronic health record data, mortality data, and consumer data.
This GitHub data repository is operated by the Johns Hopkins University Center for Systems Science and Engineering (JHU CSSE) with support of ESRI Living Atlas Team and the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab (JHU APL). Datasets can be used under terms and conditions specified.
This dataset contains the latest available public data on COVID-19 including a daily situation update, the epidemiological curve and the global geographical distribution published by European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control.
International Severe Acute Respiratory and emerging Infection Consortium (ISARIC) provides Case Report Forms (CRFs) and quality tools for the collection and managing of standardised clinical data.
LitCovid is a curated literature hub for tracking up-to-date scientific information of COVID-19. It currently provides access to more than 3,200 articles in PubMed. Further, LitCovid supports data mining with automatic annotations by PubTator.
This Coronavirus research repository is a custom extraction from 1findr comprising scholarly articles on COVID-19, SARS, MERS and other coronaviruses research.
Project MUSE has supported its participating publishers in making their scholarly content temporarily available for free on their platform during COVID-19.
The collection includes more than 25,000 free articles on COVID-19 from ScienceDirect. Please create your own free Elsevier account to access these resources.
This includes COVID-19 related research from across The Lancet journals. All COVID-19 content is free to access.
Fresh articles on COVID-19 are included.
SSRN’s Coronavirus and Infectious Disease platform provides a collection of early-stage research. Moreover, as an author, if you are not able to publish a full text article at the moment, then SSRN would provide you a solution. They accept preprints, working papers, idea papers, negative results, posters, datasets, conference papers and so on.
Includes a collection of free research articles and reviews.
All free of access content related to the current COVID-19 outbreak is located here.
This collection includes SAGE research related to the virus.
Taylor & Francis Coronavirus research archive includes relevant research articles free to access in order to support the research community.
This includes up-to-date research published on OUP.
A collection resources on the Coronavirus outbreak, including research articles, clinical reports, management guidelines, and commentary.
BMJ research hub for COVID-19 assists health professionals and researchers with practical guidance, online CPD courses, the latest news, and research from BMJ.
Includes free articles from journals published by CUP.
Short consultations, Ovid resources, access to GIDEON, resources from: American Heart Association, Journal Anesthesiology, Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery, Chinese Medical Association Publishing House, and more...