The University of Oxford has been at the forefront of the international response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Much of this activity is reflected in the wide array of research outputs – journal articles, conference papers, working papers, preprints, and more – that have been produced in this area.
The Bodleian Libraries Oxford University Research Archive (ORA) COVID-19 Collection seeks to provide a one-stop point of access to all of these outputs, focusing on the full-text items available via ORA, and links to Oxford COVID-related research in a range of other locations. The ORA COVID-19 Collection ensures that these materials are available not only for today’s readers but also in perpetuity – to illuminate the story of the University’s contribution to the pandemic response for future generations.
- Why preprints are good for patients (Horby, P)
- Spatial and temporal fluctuations in COVID-19 fatality rates in Brazilian hospitals (Brizzi, A. et al.)
- Profiting from the pandemic: Moderating COVID-19 lockdown protest, scam, and health disinformation websites (Au, Y. and Howard, P. N.)
- How epidemics end (Charters, E. and Heitman, K.)
- Dexamethasone in hospitalized patients with Covid-19 — preliminary report (Horby, P et al.)
- An analysis of ways to decarbonize conference travel after COVID-19 (Klower, M. et al.)
- Mental health during the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic: a review and recommendations for moving forward (Aknin, L. et al.)
If you are a member of the University of Oxford and can’t see your COVID-related paper here, then deposit your accepted manuscript to ORA.