Resources & Trials
Knowledge Hub (The Global Health Network)
This pop-up space supports evidence generation by pooling protocols, tools, guidance, templates, and research standards generated by researchers and networks working on the response to this outbreak. Findings from previous outbreaks, largely obtained during MERS and SARS, are also available. This all aims to make research faster and easier and to enable standardised, quality data to be collected and prepared for sharing.
In response to the outbreak of novel coronavirus (COVID-19), ISARIC has developed a portfolio of clinical research resources for COVID-19. The resources are free to use and investigators retain full control of all data and samples.
Several partners have shared their data using ISARIC’s free portfolio of clinical research resources. They have made it possible for ISARIC to release their first report of clinical data. The aim of this initiative is to accelerate collective understanding of COVID-19 to help improve patient care and inform public health policy.
The Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences is mobilising their research, surveillance and evidence synthesis expertise in support of efforts to tackle the coronavirus pandemic. The page will be updated daily with new resources, reports and projects.
The Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine (Nuffield Department of Primary Health Care Sciences) has committed its skills and expertise in evidence synthesis and dissemination to the effort against the current COVID-19 pandemic.
The Nuffield Department of Clinical Medicine is supporting global efforts in tackling nCoV. It is prioritising collaborative projects for front line actions.
In response to the unprecedented threat caused by the COVID-19 outbreak, IDDO is working with key stakeholders to identify how our expertise can be used optimally. Our technical and personnel resources are mobilised to address the knowledge gaps and improve outcomes for people affected by the novel coronavirus.
This resource aims to provide an overview of the immunology research currently taking place across the University and point you in the direction of University COVID activities and resources.
Members of the Nuffield Department of Orthopaedics, Rheumatalogy & Musculoskeletal Sciences (NDORMS) are actively helping with the response to the COVID pandemic. Playing a key role in research, literature reviews, clinical trials and engineering projects, all have a shared commitment to collaborate globally to tackle the pandemic.
Oxford Precision Psychiatry Lab (Department of Psychiatry & NIHR Oxford BRC) summarise the best available guidance about key COVID-19 questions that frontline mental health clinicians are facing every day.
Guide for Healthcare Professionals: Telephoning Relatives about the Death of a Patient from COVID-19
Department of Psychiatry provides this step-by-step evidence based guide to support all healthcare professionals faced with the painful task of contacting relatives by telephone to inform them that a loved one has died.