Free COVID-19 resources
A selection of freely available services and material designed to aid research into the effects of COVID-19, plus other more general resources made free during the crisis.
LitCovid curated literature
Helps you track information published since the COVID-19 outbreak. Articles are updated daily and categorised by location and different topics, so you can find material on mental health, anxiety, depression and more. Includes material from publishers such as Wiley, Taylor & Francis, Elsevier, Emerald, Sage, Springer Nature and Oxford University Press.
UNICEF Children and COVID-19 Research
UNICEF’s new curated online library aims to enable access to the latest scientific research on the effects of the current pandemic on children and adolescents. The current focus of the UNICEF library is on the socio-economic impacts, drawing largely from empirical research in social science literature, as well as the organisation’s own work.
A collaboration between publishers and the US National Library of Medicine to expand access to coronavirus-related articles via the PubMed Central database. Content may pre-date the current outbreak and include material on SARS and MERS. Mostly biomedical, but we’ve identified some articles on the psychological impacts of the disease.
Provides access to authoritative Coronavirus-related content on ProQuest that might not be normally covered by the usual Tavistock and Portman Library subscription (including articles on Springer Nature, Taylor & Francis and The BMJ). You’ll be able to find material on mental health, anxiety, depression and more. Shibboleth login required.
American Psychiatric Association
Resources aimed at psychiatrists, healthcare workers and the public. Mainly blogs and fact sheets, with a focus on the USA.
American Psychological Association
Resources aimed at psychologists, healthcare workers and the public. Mainly blogs and factsheets, with a focus on the USA.
Health Education England
Health Education England (HEE) Library and Knowledge Services have compiled a selection of COVID-19 information resources.
Health Service Journal
The HSJ online news service has temporarily made its coverage of the COVID-19 pandemic free to access. Requires free registration.