This guide features library and online sources on COVID-19. Each page of this guide focuses on different topics, including general information (historical overviews), vaccines, diagnosis and treatment and health disparities.
Using the Search Everything box on the library homepage is a great way to find information on the COVID-19 pandemic. Depending on what aspect you are interested in, you can use the example searches below to find information on treatment, diagnosis, mental health and burnout in the medical profession.
|Example Search for COVID Treatment||(COVID-19 OR coronavirus OR SARS-CoV-2) AND treatment|
|Example Search for COVID Diagnosis||(COVID-19 OR coronavirus OR SARS-CoV-2) AND diagnosis|
|Example Search for COVID and Mental Health||(COVID-19 OR coronavirus OR SARS-CoV-2) AND "mental health"|
|Example Search for COVID and Burnout or Compassion Fatigue||(COVID-19 OR coronavirus OR SARS-CoV-2) AND (burnout OR "compassion fatigue" OR fatigue)|
Note! Since this is a very new disease, there may not be a lot of literature published on the topic yet. While the time from research to publication has been shortened in general due to the importance of this topic, it can often take time before research is published on a new topic, especially if the article needs to go through the full peer-review process.
Unlike articles, eBooks provide comprehensive overviews of topics. Explore COVID-19 in depth with the recommended eBooks below.
The government websites below also provide a wealth of information on the COVID-19 pandemic, including data trackers, treatment options, vaccine locators, free tests and masks, toolkits and more.
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