COVID-19 Resources for Treatment, Diagnosis, and Research

As you continue your research, clinical experiences, and coursework during this time, our vendors have come together to offer some free resources for you to use. These resources cover everything from etiology, management, and safety of the current Novel Coronavirus Disease.

And remember to stay up-to-date with the latest COVID-19 information from NYMC’s Center for Disaster Medicine here.

Clinical Resources:


“Provides a comprehensive overview of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) and how to diagnose and treat the most common complications.”

Clinical information page on COVID-19


“The AccessMedicine channel for the latest information on the COVID-19 global pandemic.”


“EBSCO HealthNotes Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Related Blog Posts.” Includes visualization of pandemic since onset.

Clinical information page on COVID-19

Oxford Medicine Online

“A helpful resource for physicians who are transitioning into hospitals and other clinical environments in response to COVID-19 demands.”

Doody Enterprises, Inc.

A free list of book reviews that may be of use for healthcare professionals on the front lines. If you find a title that is of interest please contact the library with a purchase request.

Current research:

Allen Institute for AI

“A full-text search engine for the COVID-19 Open Research Dataset.” That includes over 47,000 articles.

Johns Hopkins University

“A resource to help advance the understanding of the virus, inform the public, and brief policymakers in order to guide a response, improve care, and save lives.”

Research Solutions/ReprintsDesk

“A gadget that provides an up-to-date listing of COVID-19 scientific literature across all publishers, almost 2,000 scientific studies and growing rapidly.  The gadget is designed using PubMed as a data source and links directly to scientific publisher websites, many of whom have committed to making this literature available free of charge.”

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