Resource Library

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Think. Check. Submit.

Think. Check. Submit., 2018

Think. Check. Submit. provides a easy-to-use checklist that researchers can refer to when they are investigating whether a journal can be trusted. The checklist is available in multiple languages, including French.

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INASP, 2018

AuthorAID is a free pioneering global network that provides support, mentoring, resources, and training for researchers in low and middle income countries. The AuthorAID network offers:

  • Personal mentoring by highly published researchers and professional editors
  • Online training workshops on scientific writing
  • A discussion group for discussion and questions where researchers can benefit from advice and insights from members across the globe
  • Access to a range of documents and resources on best practice in writing and publication
  • A chance to network or collaborate with other researchers
  • Grants for researchers to travel to a conference, or to organise a local workshop
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Researcher Academy

Elsevier, 2018

Researcher Academy provides free access to countless e-learning resources designed to support researchers on every step of their research journey. You can browse an extensive module catalogue to uncover a world of knowledge, and earn certificates and rewards as you progress.

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Ebola virus disease - Resources & Updates

World Health Organization, 2018

This World Health Organization collection provides links to resources on Ebola virus disease including the current situation, technical guidance, preparedness, past outbreaks, partners and networks, and news and updates.

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Ebola Resources for the Laboratory

African Society for Laboratory Medicine (ASLM), 2018

Through this resource center, the African Society for Laboratory Medicine (ASLM) is committed to providing open-access Ebola laboratory resources for laboratorians, clinicians, and policymakers.

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Ebola publications: Case management, infection prevention and control

World Health Organization, 2018

Health workers have an obligation to provide the best medical care to improve patient survival, but also to provide symptom relief and palliation when required. It is critical that health workers improve their understanding of the disease and adhere to best practices of infection control at all times.

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OpenWHO Courses

World Health Organization, 2018

OpenWHO aims to equip all frontline responders with the knowledge they need to better contain disease outbreaks and manage health emergencies. It also aims to foster discussions, feedback, and sharing of expert knowledge on public health. Courses include: 

  • Knowledge resources for Ebola responders
  • Ebola: Clinical management of Ebola virus disease
  • Public health interventions in the pandemics and epidemics
  • ePROTECT 2018
  • Incident Management System
  • Seasonal influenza: Clinical management of seasonal influenza
  • Crimean-Congo Haemorrhagic Fever: Introduction
  • Monkeypox: Introduction
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Managing epidemics: Key facts about major deadly diseases

World Health Organization, 2018

This manual provides concise and up-to-date knowledge on 15 infectious diseases that have the potential to become international threats, and tips on how to respond to each of them.

It includes: Ebola virus disease, lassa fever, Crimean-Congo haemorrhagic fever, yellow fever, Zika, chikungunya, avian and other zoonotic influenza, seasonal influenza, pandemic influenza, Middle-East respiratory syndrome (MERS), cholera, monkeypox, plague, leptospirosis and meningococcal meningitis.

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Weekly bulletins on outbreaks and other emergencies

World Health Organization, 2018

The Bulletin focuses on selected public health emergencies occurring in the African Region. Subscribe to receive weekly updates.

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Disease Outbreak News (DONs)

World Health Organization, 2018

The latest disease outbreaks around the world notified to the World Health Organization.