National Institutes of Health / National Library of Medicine/CDC
Other Databases/Portals to the COVID-19 Scholarly Literature
Major Medical Journals
Search Strategies for Finding Research Literature about Coronavirus
Basic Science Article Collections
Other Departments of the US Government
World Health Organization
American Medical Association
Other Countries' Government Webpages: Guidance
Case Data - Interactive Maps
News from Medical Organizations
Academic News Sources
Newspaper Articles of Interest
For week 2 of the COVID-19 elective, you will be researching a particular country and its response to the pandemic. This guide provides various useful resources for your research. This website only contains a selection of resources, but you will also likely discover others that provide you with useful information.
Explore UT LIbraries' collection:
1. Databases - Using the menus at the top of the databases' homepage to filter by subject area or by type of resources. Especially useful ones include:
2. Books - Use the UT Libraries catalog to search for books. Use the left panel of the results page to filter to eBooks.
3. Google - use site searching to find good quality resources - i.e. site:.edu, site:.gov, site:.int, site:.org, for example. Or if you are looking for newspaper articles, you can just do a regular search in order to get the .com websites.
4. Google Scholar - search for scholarly articles and preprints. Set up Google Scholar with the "View it@ UT" button. See instructions on the UT Libraries Google Scholar guide.
Library guides by UT Librarians containing links to helpful resources for country research:
Find pages about each country on the United States CDC website:
Find pages about each country and region on the WHO website. Click on "Countries" and look at regional or specific country pages.
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