Other Resources

COVID-19 Rapid Review Sources

Rapid reviews produced by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality.

Rapid reviews produced by the Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technologies in Health.

The CEBM has committed its skills and expertise in evidence synthesis and dissemination to the effort against the current COVID-19 pandemic.

A program from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research to provide urgent knowledge and evidence to suppport decision-making throughout the mental health responses to the pandemic.

Cochrane COVID Rapid Reviews seek to provide rapid evidence-based information and has engaged with WHO and other stakeholders to build a bank of questions.

Rapid reviews with very short turn-around times, provided by The COVID-19 Evidence Network to support Decision-making from McMaster University.

A landing page for ECRI reviews and guidelines related to COVID-19.

Evidence Aid is preparing summaries of relevant research related to COVID-19.

Rapid reviews of evidence and guidelines to support decision-making.

Rapid reviews that include multiple types and levels of knowledge to inform policy, including grey literature, opinions, and expertise of statekholders.

The National COVID-19 Clinical Evidence Taskforce out of Australia maintains a set of living, evidence-based guidelines related to the care of people with COVID-19.

A collection of rapid guidelines and evidence summaries related to COVID-19.

Rapid reviews outlining the available evidence on a discrete topic or question relating to the current COVID-19 pandemic. Evidence includes grey and peer review literature.

Rapid reviews from the Norwegian Institute of Public Health

Rapid reviews outlining the available evidence on a discrete topic or question relating to the current COVID-19 pandemic and Ontario's response to public health.

Rapid reviews and evidence summaries from the Philippine Society for Microbiology and Infectious Diseases.

The Usher Network for COVID-19 Evidence Reviews from the Usher Institute provides rapid reviews on COVID-19 topics.

Other COVID-19 Evidence Resources

NCRC is a centralized, publicly available resource that rapidly curates and reviews the emerging scientific evidence about SARS-CoV-2 and COVID-19.

Anticovid is an open access platform which gathers all available information regarding global clinical trials for SARS-CoV 2 to help the global healthcare community access essential and comprehensive COVID-19 trial information and research trends.

The American Society of Health-System Pharmacists regularly updates a drug evidence table that can be accessed on this site, in addition to other COVID-19 drug-related resources.

Collabovid helps researchers to identify the most relevant information by using Natural Language Processing and indexes papers from medRxiv, bioRxiv, arXiv, Elsevier, and PubMed.

This project aims to provide a way to explore higher-quality peer-reviewed current literature on COVID-19 that has been curated via a systematic review approach.

A living evidence collection on topics related to COVID_19 and SARS-CoV-2, provided by the Institute of Social and Preventive Medicine, University of Bern, and funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation.

A free, open resource generated by the Allen Institute for AI.

An easily accessible and downloadable database from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to help researchers find the latest COVID-19 research.

A live database of funded research projects on COVID-19 that will help funders and researchers identify gaps and opportunities and inform future research investments or coordination needs, managed by UKCDR and GloPID-R.

Current best evidence for clinical care related to COVID-19.

A continuously updated database of the worldwide available evidence on planned, ongoing, and completed trials on any intervention to treat or prevent SARS-CoV-2-infections.

A living mapping of ongoing COVID-19 research followed by a living network meta-analysis of study results as soon as they are available.

The COVID-19 Systematic Online Living Evidence Summary houses a series of automation tools and methodologies for the continual synthesis and quality assessment of COVID-19 evidence from primary research studies.

A project from the Milken Institute to track the development of treatments and vaccines for COVID-19 and includes trial information.

A website from The DataLab in collaboration with the Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine (CEBM) that brings together structured, cleaned data from clinical trial registries on studies of COVID-19 and tracks the availability of their results.

A living systematic review of mental health-related COVID-19 research, focused on symptom changes, factors, and interventions.

A collection of COVID-19 guidelines, searches, and news updates curated by EBSCO.

A living map of studies on COVID-19, identified in MEDLINE and Embase, and published in 2019 or later.

Download COVID-19 reference sets extracted with DistillerSR AI-powered screening of the CORD-19 dataset and clinical studies from ClinicalTrials.gov.

A database of publications on COVID-19.

The Global Outbreak Alert and Response Network from the WHO is curating COVID-19 publications and rapid literature searches of COVID-19 evidence on key topics, with assistance from the Librarian Reserve Corps.

Rapid reviews and guidance summaries from the Health Information and Quality Authority in Ireland.

A living overview of the evidence that includes not only the existing systematic reviews but also other types of evidence synthesis (e.g. guidelines) and primary studies, published or ongoing, of any design.

A partner with GOARN, the Librarian Reserve Corps will provide search assistance with COVID-19 related topics.

A curated literature hub for tracking studies about COVID-19, providing central access to relevant articles in PubMed, hosted by NIH/NLM.

A collection of COVID-19 preprints from medRxiv and bioRxiv.

Live meta-analysis and evidence synthesis of potential therapies for COVID-19.

An overview of scientific publications on COVID-19 categorized and parsed into more specific subgroups, providing quick access to specific topic-relevant publications, from the Norwegian Institute of Public Health.

A web application for open, rapid reviews of outbreak-related preprints.

The Center for Evidence-Based Practice (CEP) develops rapid guidance reports of recommendations from public health agencies, professional society organizations, and major medical systems.