SARS-CoV-2 information library guide offers a list of information resources on SARS-CoV-2 published in scholarly publications, associations, the National Library of Medicine, search engines, guidelines, datasets, clinical trials, and global science leading agencies and associations.
The boom of scholarly publications on the SARS-CoV-2 virus during the 2020 COVID pandemic resulted in the exponential growth of scholarly publications. To gather published research articles in rapidly evolving research on COVID, the Information library guide was designed in April 2020. Information is updated as new information associated with the SARS-CoV-2 virus is published in scholarly biomedical journals, open access publications, open source repositories and databases, web sites, and leading global science biomedical, scientific, and government associations.
Published articles on SARS CoV-2
CURE ID - web repository of novel application of existing drugs for treatment of infectious diseases. CURE ID is a collaborative project among FDA and National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences.
Experience with influenza epidemics and pandemics
Policy and position papers
Potential high-risk military groups and environments for infectious disease
Differential, biological warfare, or natural outbreak?
Pandemic strategies: surveillance, preparations, and planning, prediction modeling, monitoring
Expression of CONCERN:
More information on retraction is at Retraction Watch.
"28 May, 2020. As the world unifies amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the United Nations recently launched ‘Verified’ -- an initiative aimed at delivering trusted information, life-saving advice and stories from the best of humanity. The initiative also invites the public to help counter the spread of COVID-19 misinformation by sharing fact-based advice with their communities." United Nation COVID-19 Response
Webinar series that explore the state of the science surrounding the current outbreak of COVID-19 in the United States and globally, with a focus on the emerging evidence on how to best mitigate its impact. American Public Health Association, National Academy of Medicine.
March 24, 2020.
In response to a request from the Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) and the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response (ASPR), the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine is convening a standing committee of experts to help inform the federal government on critical science and policy issues related to emerging infectious diseases and other 21st century health threats.
|Studies for the COVID-19 Treatment|
|Based on evidence from laboratory, animal and clinical studies, the following treatment options were selected:
Barcelona Manifesto for a city-led science and technology diplomacy.
"To everyone who is shaping the future today,
Science and technology have become a crucial tool to build strategic leverage in diplomacy and international affairs. This new role emerges from a redefinition of global challenges such as climate change, food and water security, global health and digitalization. Scientific values of rationality, transparency and universality can help underpin a better global governance and build trust between nations and societies. The soft power of science and technology enables participation and free exchange of ideas, thus contributing to progress, innovation and peace."
Courtesy of SciTech DiploHub.
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