Workshop: COVID-19 and the iceberg of research – searching for scientific evidence in times of pandemics

The research on COVID-19 is rapidly evolving, thus a moving object and difficult to summarize. Results are published on a daily basis – from ongoing research and preprints to clinical studies and literature reviews.   

The traditional publishing ecosystem of publishing has been challenged and thus also how and where to search and find the most recent scientific evidence.

This workshop includes:

  • a brief retrospect of how research on COVID-19 have been published; 
  • presentations of COVID-19 specific resources;
  • discussion on preprints, research data and open access;
  • reflections on how to summarize and systematic review scientific evidence in times of pandemics.

This workshop is for doctoral students and researchers at KI. You must have and supply an email-address with the ending Register before 12 October.

Instructions: A link will be sent to all registered participants a few days before the workshop takes place; this link will enable you to enter the online classroom at the appointed time.

The workshop is held in English (but we also speak Swedish). 

Questions? Contact Katarina Amcoff,

14 October
9:00 - 11:00
Wednesday, 14 October, 2020 - 09:00