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Public Health: Useful Information & Resources on COVID-19

A compilation of Open Access information for the general public interest and for academic research communities in PolyU.

Open Access Research Materials

Open Access or free academic resources shared by publishers:

Resources in Chinese - shared by publishers

  • 科睿唯安 (Clarivate Analytics) [科睿唯安免費開放冠狀病毒科學研究、藥物開發、法規政策報告、專利資訊]
  • CNKI  [新型冠状病毒肺炎专题研究成果网络首发平台(OA)]
  • Elsevier - 中文資源 [新型冠状病毒研究]
  • NEJM Group: NEJM 医学前沿 (professionally translated articles selected from NEJM - The New England Journal of Medicine)

Search & Locate materials in the PolyU Library Collections

  Go to OneSearch - Advanced search at the PolyU Library.

  Search by All-fields contains (COVID-19 OR 2019-nCoV OR "Novel Coronavirus 2019" OR SARS-COV-2)

  Restrict results to PublicationDate = 'Last Year"

 See Newspaper findings via OneSearch

Note: There are 2 paths to get to the Newspaper findings in OneSearch:

1- Make a basic search (for any field contains "COVID-19 OR 2019-nCoV OR Novel Coronavirus 2019", and select 'Newspaper Search' on the right-side panel "Refine My Results"  under the 'Resource Type" section.

2- On OneSearch entry page, click on the symbol "..." on the top menu bar and then select 'NEWSPAPER" and input the search strategy "COVID-19 OR 2019-nCoV OR Novel Coronavirus 2019" 

 See Chinese news findings in WiseNews

Note: UseBrowse mode to get in, login with your NetID if prompted. Then, click on "Hot Topic" from the left-side panel.

Findings retrieved from PubMed on COVID-19 | A search developed by the FHSS Faculty Librarian.

The Conversation on COVID from Credo (Special reference access until 18 April 2020)

Credo - valid till 18 April 2020!?

Analysts and the analytics teams in Passport continuously assess the short and long term effects of COVID-19 Pandemic on industries, economies, and consumers. Get the updates on the analysis, trends and implications for the global economy.

 Logon to Passport with your Net ID.

 Click onto the "COVID-19" module featured on the Passport homepage: