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COVID-19 Research Guide
Tulane researchers in the School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, School of Medicine, National Primate Research Center, and Science and Engineering are addressing the disease on several fronts
Evidence Aid exists to provide decision-makers and practitioners with the best-available evidence on what works in disasters and emergencies. Our resources are available free at the point of access to anybody, anywhere. However, our primary focus is on Lower and Middle Income Countries. Established as part of Cochrane in 2005, Evidence Aid has a close relationship with WHO and is part of the Core Group for the WHO Thematic Platform for Health Emergency and Disaster Risk Management Research Network. Our primary capacity is in collating, curating, summarising and communicating existing research. We do not generate primary research nor to we carry out reviews (although we do work closely with others who do).
Rapid reviews within 5 to 10 days. Questions are focused on relevancy to LMICs.
Special Collections of systematic reviews based on existing reviews of areas relevant to COVID-19.
Reviews are quality assessed within 4 days,