• International

    World Health Organisation

    National Institutes of Health (USA)

    UK Research and Innovation CORONAVIRUS – THE SCIENCE EXPLAINED provides authoritative and up-to-date explanations of the scientific evidence behind the COVID-19 pandemic.

    The Health System Response Monitor (HSRM) has been designed in response to the COVID-19 outbreak to collect and organize up-to-date information on how countries are responding to the crisis. It focuses primarily on the responses of health systems but also captures wider public health initiatives. This is a joint undertaking of the WHO Regional Office for Europe, the European Commission, and the European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies.

    The World Pandemic Research Network (WPRN) is a platform serving research communities. It maintains a searchable global directory of the scientific resources available on the societal and human impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic. It shows who works on what, where, in real time, at global level.

    Designed and maintained by researchers, WPRN is free, non-profit, public-funded, open (creative commons, open-source), GDPR compliant. It is steered by an international Advisory Board and supported by major scientific institutions and scientific networks worldwide.   Register your project on the WPRN platform to get a time-stamped ID that will facilitate scientific collaboration and citation, even before publication.

  • COVID-19 Datasets

    COVID-19 Public Datasets & Data-Driven Tools - This resource list has been prepared in collaboration with the MIT COVID-19 Challenge (http://covid19challenge.mit.edu) and HealthDSA: Health Data Science & Analytics Community (www.HealthDSA.org) to assist healthcare and public health professionals, scientists, researchers, engineers, technologists, innovators, entrepreneurs, and policy experts with research and development of solutions for the COVID-19 Pandemic.

  • Webinars, Podcasts and Events

    HSRAANZ Webinar and Events Calendar

    ARCS Free Webinars

    ARCS are providing a series of free webinars for the clinical trials sector called “COVID – 19: considerations and strategies for running trials during the pandemic”.

    To register for your place please follow this link: https://www.arcs.com.au/events/event/WEB23032020

    COVUD-19 Online Panel Discussion at the Doherty Institute hosted and moderated by Dean Professor Shitif Kapur, and panellists including Doherty Institute Director Professor Sharon Lewin, Doherty researchers Professor Kanta Subbarao, Professor Dale Godfrey and Dr Mike Catton, and clinical neuropsychologist Professor Sarah Wilson. Video Link

    Policy Forum Pod - Life after the COVID-19 crisis 

    Dinner Ladies Save the World

    Join Prof Sharon Friel and senior female academics in this uplifting podcast celebrating amazing women with incredible minds discussing how to solve the World’s problems.  Includes COVID-19 episodes.

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