A Biblioteca NMS|FCM informa, que devido à pandemia COVID-19, as editoras científicas e grupos de investigadores internacionais estão a oferecer à comunidade académica e científica, através das Bibliotecas, a possibilidade de acesso temporário a diversos recursos/plataformas eletrónicos em acesso aberto neste contexto, sejam: coleções de e-books, de e-journals, tutoriais de ensino à distância, outra informação de natureza científica.
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Centros de Informação COVID 19
Coleções de Revistas disponíveis período COVID 19
Coleções de ebooks disponíveis período COVID 19
Recursos de Aprendizagem disponíveis período COVID 19
Recursos de informação COVID 19
Publicação (descontos APC) no período COVID 19
SSRN´s eLibrary provides 928,085 research papers from 478,376 researchers in more than 50 disciplines. Coronavirus Research on SSRN Elsevier
Here you will find expert, curated information for the research and health community on SARS-CoV-2 (the novel coronavirus) and COVID-19 (the disease).
All resources are free to access and include guidelines for clinicians and patients.
Under the Research tab, you will find the latest early-stage and peer-reviewed research on COVID-19 from journals including The Lancet and Cell Press. We have also made nearly 20,000 related articles free to access on ScienceDirect. These articles are also available to download with rights for full text and data mining, re-use and analyses for as long as needed.
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Helping institutions adapt in these extraordinary times.Ex Libris Provides Free Access to Coronavirus–Related Research Funding and News
Research Professional is our database of news and funding opportunities for research projects. Due to the current crisis, we have opened access to all those institutions that want to keep up to date with relevant news about Covid-19 as well as access the list of research projects on it, funded by all types of institutions. Access is free and unlimited.
This is one of Ex Libris' initiatives to help our clients in these difficult times. You can read about this and other initiatives at this link: “COVID-19: Remote Learning & Research Assistance.”
To support librarians and provide easy access to information & resources during this exceptional time, we have created this website for you. Find information about remote access and latest research on COVID-19
It’s in these times of crisis where communities come together even more. As a publisher of trusted health science, we’ve made the relevant research articles, book chapters and entries in our major references freely available below, in support of the global efforts in diagnosis, treatment, prevention and further research in this disease and similar viral respiratory infections. Our approach is to use the world-class information we have available to directly improve health and to support the virtual efforts of healthcare practitioners globally. We are continually monitoring the developments and we will update the content of this page periodically.
To assist health workers and researchers working under challenging conditions to bring this outbreak to a close, The Lancet has created a Coronavirus Resource Centre. This resource brings together new 2019 novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) content from across The Lancet journals as it is published. All of our COVID-19 content is free to access.
At Cell Press, we recognize the urgent need to quickly share information about SARS-CoV-2 (also referred to as 2019-nCoV), the coronavirus that causes COVID-19. On this hub page, curated by members of our editorial team, you'll find our policies for submitting papers related to COVID-19, as well as content about the outbreak as it appears in Cell Press journals. We also recommend visiting Elsevier’s information center for more free resources in English and Mandarin on coronavirus.
Taylor & Francis is committed to helping public health authorities, researchers, clinicians and the general public contain and manage the spread of COVID-19.
This microsite provides links and references to all relevant COVID-19 research articles, book chapters and information that can be freely accessed on Taylor & Francis Online and Taylor & Francis ebooks in support of the global efforts in diagnosis, treatment, prevention and further research into COVID-19.
This page collects all BMJ coverage of the coronavirus outbreak from across the BMJ's journals and learning resources. All articles and resources are freely available
The National Library of Medicine (NLM) of the National Institutes of Health is working on multiple fronts to aid in the COVID-19 response through new initiatives with the global publishing community and artificial intelligence researchers. NLM is expanding access to scientific papers on coronavirus for researchers, care providers, and the public, and for text-mining research. This work makes use of NLM’s PubMed Central® (PMC), a digital archive of peer-reviewed biomedical and life sciences literature. PMC currently provides access to nearly 6 million full-text journal articles.
A Marka e a Oxford University Press, decidiram abrir excepcionalmente e durante um período de 60 dias (Trial até 2020-05-31), o acesso a parte da coleção (Oxford Scholarship Online) de ebooks da editora – onde poderá consultar alguns ebooks na área medicine & health
(TRIAL até finais de Junho)
Access all the free English textbooks directly on SpringerLink. We have just launched an initiative that will initially last until the end of June. An approximate number of 500 textbooks, from a wide range of disciplines, are accessible without any restriction. The idea is that this may somehow facilitate teaching that, currently, has to be provided remotely.
ACCESSMEDICINE. Distance Learning Resources
We are writing to offer support to you, your faculty, students, and residents during this challenging time when face-to-face classes are being suspended at universities across the nation. We value the importance of education and believe that the process of teaching and learning must continue in new and creative ways. In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, we have created a distance learning toolkit to help empower healthcare professions faculty to feel confident that AccessMedicine has the depth and breadth of content and functionality in place to serve as a cornerstone for online teaching and learning during this critical time.
Please find the informational distance learning resources listed below which are hyperlinked and will serve as useful guides in making a shift from in-person to virtual classrooms. These documents may be shared freely with your faculty, learners, and staff. If information is missing that would be especially beneficial, please let us know.
- Using Access to Support Distance Learning (attachment & share link https://bit.ly/2IQEWc4)
- Guide to Online Resources via AccessMedicine (attachment & share link https://bit.ly/2IMhFbp)
- AccessMedicine video overview of resources for distance learning
- AccessMedicine video overview of functionality which can enhance distance learning
- AccessMedicine distance learning LibGuide
In addition to these resources, we also have content maps available online. Content maps are documents that take curriculum standards from the various professional healthcare education specialties (i.e., undergraduate medical education, advanced practice nursing, physician assistant, physical therapy, pharmacy, etc. . . ) and match them with resources available to meet those standards from our Access sites.
We are here to support you during this unprecedented time and believe AccessMedicine can serve as an online safety net to help move your educational priorities and goals forward in spite of the real challenges posed by the COVID-19 outbreak.
Due to the current situation in Europe, Oxford University Press wants, as much as possible, to be close to our valued customers, supporting them and helping them adapt to these sudden changes currently being faced.
I am therefore writing to inform you about some specialized online teaching courses that Epigeum (part of Oxford University Press) has made available to you, for free, until the end of May.
We change the way science is done! JOVE is the world’s first peer reviewed scientific Video Journal that increases productivity.
JoVE has produced over 9,500 videos demonstrating experiments from laboratories at top research institutions and delivered online to millions of scientists, educators, and students worldwide. Today, JoVE subscribers include more than 1,000 universities, colleges, biotech and pharmaceutical companies. Free access to all JoVE Education videos until June 15.
Recursos sobre el coronavirus SARS-COVID19 es posible gracias a la colaboración de un grupo de profesionales de bibliotecas de Ciencias de la salud. Puedes encontrarlos en Twitter con los hashtags #JuntosParaAyudarte y #AyudaBiblioteca
After several days of work from 47 globally-distributed volunteer writers in our organization (including librarians, medical transcriptionists, doctors, engineers, and more), in addition to contributions from thousands of people from all over the internet over the weekend, we are releasing v1.0 of our Open Source COVID19 Medical Supplies guide.
SAGE Publishing announces that it will publish open access any accepted research that is relevant to the treatment, transmission, cure, or social impact of COVID-19 without requiring article processing charges (APCs). Additionally, SAGE will fast track these papers for rapid publication and dissemination.
"SAGE aims to support the medical community in its efforts to prevent, detect, and treat COVID-19 as well as social and behavioral scientists as they assess the impact of the pandemic on society and propose solutions for individuals, communities, and governments," commented Bob Howard, Senior Vice President of Research at SAGE Publishing. "We believe firmly that the efforts of the research community will be critical to addressing our current challenges and are committed to supporting researchers as we navigate this difficult time."
Última atualização: 05 mai 2020