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​​  provides high-quality, relevant, and up-to-date synthesized research evidence to inform health decisions. This page highlights content relating to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and the various related activities that Cochrane is undertaking in response. You can read case studies that highlight the many ways that Cochrane has successfully responded to COVID-19 around the world and more detailed reports in a special Supplement. You can also learn more about how Cochrane is setting priorities and responding to COVID-19 in 2021 and beyond. 查看來源圖片 published continuously since 1883, is an international peer-reviewed general medical journal. JAMA is a member of the JAMA Network, a consortium of peer-reviewed, general medical and specialty publications. JAMA is the most widely circulated general medical journal in the world, with more than 290,000 recipients of the print journal, more than 1.6 million recipients of electronic tables of contents and alerts, and over 44 million annual visits to the journal's website. JAMA's reach includes a growing social media presence (more than 970,000 followers on Twitter and Facebook) and vast international news media exposure.JAMA is published 48 times per year in print/online issues, and new articles are published every weekday online. Without any author fees, all research articles are made free access online 6 months after publication on the JAMA website. In addition, the online version is freely available or nearly so to institutions in low- and middle-income countries through the World Health Organization's HINARI program.​​ To support health professionals working around the clock as the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation evolves,
 are making the following resources available - at no charge - for clinicians, nurses and medical researchers, in response to new developments, evidence and guidance. As the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak continues to spread,
  want to help researchers disseminate timely and relevant findings which will benefit all of society.  As well as the need for medical and hard sciences, social sciences research is vital to the prevention, management and understanding of the wider societal impact of COVID-19
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A collaborative multi-disciplinary response is critical to optimally manage patients with COVID-19. With funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention,  brings together the latest clinical guidance, institutional protocols, clinical trials data, practice tools and resources from a variety of medical subspecialties around the world. Visit daily for must-have information, curated by medical experts, that will help clinicians and other decision-makers work together to win the fight against COVID-19. was launched in August 2020 as a repository for reliable, open-access critical care learning tools with relevance to resource-variable settings.  In response to COVID-19, we have built an open-access Resource Library of critical care educational resources for medical educators and learners as well as a COVID19 Guidelines Dashboard, and Oxygen Calculator. The library includes compiled and original content that can be used for training at various levels and multiple healthcare cadres, and are suited for independent learning and as well as integration into institutional training programs and curricula.  features comprehensive integration of genomic and proteomic sequences as well as their metadata information from the GISAID, NCBI, NMDC and CNCB/NGDC. It also incorporates a wide range of relevant information including scientific literatures, news, and popular articles for science dissemination, and provides visualization functionalities for genome variation analysis results based on all collected SARS-CoV-2 strains.
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