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Live map of COVID-19 evidence
We provide an overview of scientific publications on COVID-19 categorised and parsed into more specific subgroups, providing quick access to specific topic-relevant publications. As a result, the map also identifies research gaps, possibly guiding further research efforts. Our partner at McMaster University, Canada is making an evidence map of trustworthy guidelines.
We receive studies that EPPI Centre has screened after searching weekly in Medline and Embase. We supplement these studies with a weekly search in Scopus.
We update the map every other week.
As of 9 February 2021, the map contains 17,607 publications categorised by topic, population, and publication type. Together with EPPI Centre, we have screened 108,986 references retrieved through our searches. The map includes all systematic reviews, health technology assessments, RCTs, prospective non-randomized studies with control group and method papers identified up to 4th January 2021.
It is now possible to download a file of the listed references in a circle. When you have selected the circle (publication type) you want, click the button on top right called “Download listed references”.
On Monday December 14th, a living map of the latest evidence-based recommendations for the prevention and care of COVID-19, became publicly available. This recommendation map, our “sister-map”, is produced by an international consortium of researchers spanning six continents. The work is led by Prof. Schünemann with members of Cochrane Canada, McMaster University’s WHO Collaborating Centre for Infectious Diseases, Research Methods and Recommendations, also including NIPH.
The main map gives an overview of all publications categoried according to publication type, population of interest and topic. User guides can be found in the «About»-section on the top left of each screen.
More detailed maps are available for these topics:
- Infection prevention and control
- Interventions to treat the infected patient
- Experiences and perception, social, political, economic aspects
Reviews about COVID-19
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