Coronavirus(COVID-19) Resource Hub

This page is created to signpost Trust staff to a range of evidence resources, we aim to update it regularly. However, the evidence and research about COVID-19 is constantly changing and whilst every effort will be made to check the currency of the links, it is advised to check websites directly in case of any updates. If you have any queries about this site, please contact us

Most of the resources are free but some may require an OpenAthens sign-in. If you don’t have open Athens account you can register here.

Evidence searches

The librarians can undertake COVID-19 evidence / literature searches for Trust staff. Complete the online form to let us know the details, or send us an email or  Request a search

COVID-19 Staff Publications

BBC Health News

It is key to deploy the vaccine "as fast" as possible, England's deputy chief medical officer says.
Watch again: BBC News special with Deputy Chief Medical Officer for England Jonathan Van-Tam
The Pfizer/BioNtech vaccine has been approved by the UK regulator - when will it be available?
Prof Jonathan Van-Tam used a football analogy to explain the UK's Covid-19 timeline.
Under new coronavirus restrictions, hospitality venues remain closed in tier three areas of England.
There was a jump in complaints about such orders in the first wave of the pandemic, the care watchdog says.
Non-essential shops, gyms and hairdressers can open their doors as a national lockdown ends.
We answer some of your questions about the approval of the Pfizer vaccine.
Boris Johnson says it will be "some months before all the most vulnerable are protected" and we must not get "carried away with over-optimism".
The UK is the first country to approve the Pfizer vaccine - with 800,000 doses due to arrive soon.