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RWT Library & Knowledge Services: COVID-19

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COVID-19 resources



To support research into the COVID-19 pandemic a number of resources have been made freely available to NHS staff. The Library Service has published a number of alerts and newsletters to ensure staff are up-to-date with the latest developments. This page has links to a number of specialist websites that are updated on a daily basis.

If you urgently require information and a literature search please e-mail the Library & Knowledge Service

Click here to access the LibGuides clinical specialty section that includes information on COVID-19. The Specialty guides include access to many resources, including the latest specialist research.

Although many of the resources containing Covid-19 information have been made freely available there are some resources that require an Open Athens account. If you do not have an Open Athens account you can self register at


Latest Research at RWT -

Study shows 50 per cent of healthcare staff with COVID-19 symptoms didn’t have the virus

Full Text - COVID-19 seroprevalence after the first UK wave of the pandemic and its association with the physical and mental wellbeing of secondary care healthcare workers | Elsevier Enhanced Reader


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UK Health Security Agency - Omicron Technical Updates

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Library & Knowledge Services

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New Cross Hospital

Wolverhampton Road


West Midlands

WV10 0QP

Tel: 01902 695322. Internal at RWT  - 85322


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Advice on Staff Welfare


Advice for Sustaining Staff Wellbeing in Critical Care During and Beyond COVID-19

Information from the Intensive Care Society advice on how to support each other.

COVID-19 - Mental health and wellbeing for healthcare professionals

Excellent information from the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges on maintaining your mental health and wellbeing.

Fifteen-minute consultation: problems in the healthy paediatrician—managing the effects of shift work on your health

Two great articles on how to sleep in the time of COVID-19 by Mike Farquhar the NHS sleep guru.

NHS staff support

Details of free wellbeing apps and the staff support line.


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