Coronavirus (560) Gender and COVID-19 public library on Mendeley

6 May, 2020

Please note, this new resource is now available. Best regards, Ylann Schemm, Director of the Elsevier Foundation

Gender and COVID-19 Group on Mendeley https://www.mendeley.com/community/gender-and-covid-19/

A collection of research, studies and other references covering the sex and gender dimensions of the COVID-19 pandemic, caused by the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus. The library is a public group, free for anyone in the world to join, access and add. References - articles, preprints, news articles, blog posts, magazine articles, reports, etc- incluude those compiled by Dr. Rosemary Morgan at Johns Hopkins University and colleagues from the Gender and COVID-19 Working Group[https://docs.google.com/document/d/1_QfLS6Z90w_1rPM-jdeKC_lQXTcwA8Z4kF8Z..., as well as those from other compilations and sources. The library on the Mendeley platform includes >500 references related to Gender and COVID-19, as well as gender and other infectious disease/epidemics, such that you can locate and find resources, include direct citations and references within your work, and add additional references & folders directly to the group. We invite the community to continue posting new references as they’re published/become available even if also being added to an existing compilation elsewhere.

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HIFA profile: Ylann Schemm serves as the Elsevier Foundation Program Director which, provides partnership grants to advance global health, research and sustainability in developing countries and promote diversity in science. She is also the chair of the communications team for Research4Life, a unique UN-pan publisher partnership to provide free or low cost access to researchers in the developing world. Ylann is based in Amsterdam. Y.Schemm AT elsevier.com