Recommendations and services, including clinical guidelines of European Reference Networks (ERNs), plus links to a range of patient organisations, concerning COVID-19 and rare diseases, in different languages. Also, please see the page provided here for patients and their families.
A collection of resources related to the COVID-19 outbreak, selected for their relevance to primary care professionals.
These free learning materials are provided for staff working in health and social care. There is a wide range of practical advice, for example, on assessment & care, infection control, PPE, remote consulting, apps and providing psychological support for staff.
Reports and data from this agency, which aims to strengthen Europe's defences against infectious diseases.
Home page and many pages of COVID-19 links (e.g. regarding Advice for Health Workers, Country & Technical Guidance, Situation Updates and R & D).
Articles on coronavirus research (see the “Read highlighted content” section of their web-page for a range of recent publications) in (Springer) Nature journals.
Coronavirus: Research, Commentary and News in the journal, Science.
A curated research-literature hub that is described by the NCBI as "the most comprehensive resource on the subject". A categorised search facility for the thousands of coronavirus-related publications in PubMed.
This includes articles & interviews relating to international COVID-19 research, information, analysis and commentary.
This page provides weekly COVID-19 Science Reports on international research, including clinical presentation, diagnosis and potential therapies.
Primarily for the public but providing information that may also be useful to professionals, especially as it cites many relevant international research papers.
EU health-related Research and Innovation
Viral sequence-based epidemiological analysis. It provides animated tracking of global pathogens, including coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2), based on virus genome data.
Protein molecule structures for coronavirus, with 3D viewer, at the Protein Data Bank. It includes structural representations of the spike protein molecule of the virus.
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