COVID-19 Online Resources

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A number of online resources have been made freely available to healthcare staff .
We will endeavour to update this page with resources as we become aware of them.



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Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19)

Supporting online courses


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Elsevier is committed to supporting efforts to battle this pandemic by providing open access to our clinical resources and tools focused on the latest evidence-based practices for COVID-19 covering topics from symptom management to diagnosis, treatment and ongoing wellness.

These COVID-19-related materials are provided for use at no charge as part of Elsevier’s efforts to support healthcare providers and patients. They are not intended to provide medical advice or substitute for the judgment of healthcare professionals in patient care.



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COVID-19 Critical Care: Understanding and Application

Learn the principles and practice of critical care to treat and care for critically ill patients during the COVID-19 pandemic.


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Health Education England e-Learning for Healthcare (HEE e-LfH) has created an e-learning programme in response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) global pandemic that is free to access, without logging in*, for the entire UK health and care workforce.



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This page collects content on the current coronavirus outbreak from across MA Healthcare journals, as well as articles relevant to health professionals responding to the outbreak. These articles are all freely available.

Helping front line staff in the NHS and care services

Free online access to three key books

During these unprecedented times we offer free online access to
three of our clinical books for ALL healthcare professionals.

Ward-based Critical Care: A guide for health professionals

Respiratory Care: Assessment and Management

Arterial Blood Gas Analysis: Making it easy


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COVID-19 resources for front-line clinicians and medical researchers are available  in response to the global pandemic.



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Wiley is committed to ensuring continuity of service and support as organizations transition to virtual formats for work, learning and research. Furthermore, Wiley is dedicated to assisting the research community to help minimise the impact of COVID-19; and have implemented the following:

  • Free online access to a collection of more than 5,000 relevant journal articles, book chapters and entries in our major reference works  
  • Access to a free, real-time feed of the latest research and news on COVID-19, powered by Scitrus, Atypon’s AI-driven personalized discovery application.  
  • Our partners at the Cochrane Library have created two free Special Collections on COVID 19 
  • Free resources from Wiley for those interested in exploring historical perspectives on epidemics, methods used to control their spread, and associated health policies, see: Europe, 1817 or UK, 1854 or Hastings, 1873 or Sydney, 1895 













Last updated: June 17, 2021