COVID-19 Updates

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Access Covid: COVID-19 Information

Source: University of California San Francisco and National Autonomous University of Mexico

This project aims to facilitate access to relevant and Spanish research updates through a weekly newsletter, a website, and a telephone application for doctors, public health officials, researchers, and other health sector employees in Mexico and other Spanish-speaking countries.

COVID-19 apps in Singapore and Australia: reimagining healthy nations with digital technology

Source: Media International Australia

A look at the development, deployment and imagined uses of apps in two countries: Singapore, a pioneer in the field, with its TraceTogether app, and Australia, a country that adapted Singapore's app, devising its own COVIDSafe, as key to its national public health strategy early in the crisis.

Evolving Information Systems and Technology Research Issues for COVID-19 and Other Pandemics

Source: Marshall School of Business, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, USA

This paper investigates a number of issues, including facilitating work while social distancing, contactless commerce, person recognition, when wearing masks or in other crisis situations, COVID-19 apps and their impact on issues such as privacy, crowdsourcing, donating data, tracking cases, etc.

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Information systems in the age of pandemics: COVID-19 and beyond

Source: European Journal of Information Systems

A special issue on Business Process Management and Digital Innovation that explains the complementariness of these two approaches through three articles that vindicate this proposition.

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Modelling the impact of COVID-19 in Australia to inform transmission reducing measures and health system preparedness

Source: medRxiv

A study on the use of a clinical care pathways model that represents the capacity of the Australian health system. This framework was initially developed for influenza pandemic preparedness, and has been modified to estimate health care requirements for COVID-19 patients and inform needed service expansion.

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Telehealth in the Context of COVID-19: Changing Perspectives in Australia, the United Kingdom, and the United States

Source: Journal of Medical Internet Research

Examination of the extent that Australia, the United Kingdom, and the United States, during the two weeks following the pandemic announcement, sought to promote telehealth as a tool that could help identify COVID-19 among older people who may live alone, be frail, or be self-isolating and give support to or facilitate the treatment of people who are or may be infected.

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COVID-19 Research Database

Source: Consortium of several healthcare and technology organizations

A secure repository of HIPAA-compliant, de-identified and limited patient-level data sets made available to public health and policy researchers to extract insights to help combat the COVID-19 pandemic.

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SAS Resource Center

Source: SAS

From white papers to blog posts, SAS has an extensive library of resources to help you get up to speed, sharpen your skills or explore new topics in the technology industry.

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COVID-19 Vaccination Dashboard

Source: PathCheck Foundation and University of Alabama at Birmingham

Tracks near real-time vaccinations administered worldwide and the US and CDC adverse events. Lots of great stastistics to be leveraged.

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Framework for Managing the COVID-19 Infodemic: Methods and Results of an Online, Crowdsourced WHO Technical Consultation

Source: Journal of Medical Internet Research

A World Health Organization (WHO) technical consultation on responding to the infodemic related to the COVID-19 pandemic was held, entirely online, to crowdsource suggested actions for a framework for infodemic management.

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Information management research and practice in the post-COVID-19 world

Source: International Journal of Information Management

This paper examines opportunities and problems in information management brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic. It details implications for research and practice.

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COVID-19 Research Pass

Source: Readcube

In collaboration with leading scholarly publishers, the COVID-19 Research Pass enables instant full text access to the latest COVID-19 research literature from participating publishers and via Open Access. Additionally, the program offers API access to millions of full text research articles for text and data mining purposes.

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