Free Resources on COVID-19

Publishers and Providers have made the following resources freely available for the next few months due to the ongoing COVID-19 Pandemic to support the ongoing education and research activity in Higher Education.These are listed below.

An updated list of resources specifically about COVID-19 is available here:


Novel Coronavirus Information Center: Elsevier’s free health and medical research on novel coronavirus (COVID-19):

Gale COVID 19 open access resources hub

Access is available here until 31st July 2020:-
Free, open access to collections including Gale Reference Complete: Schools Edition - Essential.

CABi Coronavirus Collection - Global Health

Access to the CABi Coronavirus collection is available until 31st August 2020.
This can be accessed by clicking on the green free access button, registering and then redeeming the voucher code CV4Y85D5JG9

JoVE Coronavirus Free Resource Access Centre

JoVE has made its Coronavirus content freely accessible -


IEEE has made COVID-19 research documents freely available


Specialist Information on the Coronavirus:

Cambridge University Press

Coronavirus Free Access Collection:

JSTOR Public Health journals

Oxford University Press

Free access to OUP resources on coronavirus and related topics:


Open Access Online First research papers on COVID-19:


OVID: Online tools and resources for Clinicians


Free content related to coronavirus and the management of epidemics:


Topic articles Coronavirus (COVID-19):


Research articles on SARS-CoV-2 and COVID-19 a new virus and associated respiratory disease

Mary Ann Liebert

Coronavirus Highlights:


DynaMed COVID-19 Resource Center:



Free access to more than 5000 relevant journal articles, book chapters and entries in our major reference works

Cochrane Library

Two special collections on COVID-19


Dedicated content series for marketeers including:

  • COVID-19 proves digital transformation is a business imperative that marketing must lead.
  • Will low-cost brands be more resilient against COVID-19?
  • The case from Spirit Airlines
  • The impact of COVID-19 on media strategy

Royal Society

Articles from their journals


A curated collection of Resources


Access to BMJ coverage of the coronavirus outbreak from across the BMJ's journals and learning resources.


Coronavirus Research Database providing collated resources including journals and dissertations from across their collections.


Access to two of their clinical practice texts for health care professionals on Respiratory Care: Assessment and Management and Arterial Blood Gas Analysis: Making it Easy.

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