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10/21/2020
The Center for Evidence Based Medicine at Oxford University has been producing high quality evidence reviews and commentaries on COVID-19 topics. Many of their publications are updated regularly with new evidence.



10/07/2020
The October newsletter is here! Read about our updates on new content, features, and resources. Sign up below to receive our monthly newsletters directly in your inbox!



9/30/2020
The Infectious Diseases Society of America provides up-to-date, evidence-based guidelines on treatment and management, infection prevention, diagnostics, and serology for COVID-19.



9/23/2020
Did you know that in addition to published evidence syntheses, we also catalog evidence synthesis protocols and preprints? You can find these items under Evidence Reviews > Evidence Reviews in Progress.



9/17/2020
The ECRI COVID-19 Resource Center is a great place to search for up-to-date clinical guidelines related to COVID-19.



9/11/2020
The September newsletter is here! Read about our updates on new content, features, and resources, including the new export tool. Sign up below to receive our monthly newsletters directly in your inbox!



9/09/2020
Check out our evidence review Collections under the "Evidence Reviews" tab! These are curated sets of evidence reviews based on key COVID-19 topic areas, including clinical characteristics, candidate therapeutics, diagnostics, and infection control.




9/02/2020
The COVID-19 Treatment Guidelines Panel has released a new statement on the use of convalescent plasma to treat patients with COVID-19, citing the lack of evidence for its effectiveness and recommending against its use as the standard of care.



8/26/2020
Stay up to date on the latest NIH COVID-19 guidelines by subscribing to their notification email. Look for the "Sign up for updates" box on the left side of the NIH COVID-19 Treatment Guidelines website.



8/19/2020
The COVID-19 Evidence Reviews website has implemented some new features! Users can now download abbreviated citation information in a CSV file. We are also launching a monthly newsletter to keep our users up-to-date on key reviews, new features, and opportunities to deliver feedback. Sign up on the homepage!



8/12/2020
The University of Michigan manages the COVID-19 Best Evidence Front Door, a database that assembles meta-analyses, literature syntheses, and clinical guideline documents from multiple highly-reliable sources via a single search.



8/05/2020
The DEPRESSD Project is an international collaborative project to maintain a living systematic review on mental health topics related to COVID-19.




7/29/2020
The NIH released updated guidelines on July 24th regarding the use of remdesivir to treat COVID-19, based on the results of clinical trials and accounting for limited supply.



7/22/2020
The COVID-19 Evidence Network to Support Decision-making (COVID-END) is a comprehensive resource for rapid evidence on the COVID-19 pandemic. The purpose of COVID-END is to encourage cooperation between international evidence synthesis groups and prevent duplication of research effort.




7/15/2020
The VA ESP released a new report that critically appraises a study by Daniel E. Freedberg et al. on famotidine use in hospitalized COVID-19 patients. This type of study review provides additional context for the rapidly growing body of evidence related to COVID-19.



7/09/2020
A new living rapid review from AHRQ was recently published in Annals of Internal Medicine that provides guidance on the use of different types of masks in community and healthcare settings; the review will be updated monthly.




7/07/2020
The VA ESP released an updated rapid response report on corticosteroid therapy for COVID-19 infection to reflect the results from the Randomised Evaluation of COVID-19 Therapy (RECOVERY) study.




7/02/2020
The NIH released new guidelines on June 25th regarding the use of dexamethasone for the treatment of patients with COVID-19, based on the results from the Randomised Evaluation of COVID-19 Therapy (RECOVERY) study.