This living map is being maintained by the EPPI Centre as part of our role in the ESRC International Public Policy Observatory (IPPO), which aims to mobilise global knowledge to address the social impacts of COVID-19. It contains bibliographic records of systematic reviews of social sciences research evidence on COVID-19 - organised by topic(s), population(s), and other selected review characteristics.
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Version 1 (26-03-2021) – WebDB App
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About this Map – Version 1 (26-03-2021)
This living map is being continuously maintained using Microsoft Academic Graph (MAG) Browser tools, hosted in EPPI-Reviewer Web. The latest version of the map – Version 1 – was published on Friday 26th March 2021. An updated version will be published on the last Friday of every month (next version due on Friday 30th April 2021).
Shemilt I, Gough D, Thomas J, Stansfield C, Bangpan M, Brunton J, Dickson K, Graziosi S, Hull P, Kneale D, Muraki S, Ramadani F, Vigurs C (2021). Living map of systematic reviews of social sciences research evidence on COVID-19. London: EPPI Centre, UCL Social Research Institute, University College London.
The ESRC International Public Policy Observatory (IPPO) on COVID-19 is supported by a grant from the UK Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) [Grant Number: ES/V016938/1]. Any views expressed in this publication are those of the authors and not necessarily those of the IPPO or the ESRC.
If you know of a published systematic review (broadly defined - see 'About this Map') of social sciences research evidence on COVID-19 that is not yet included in the map, please send an e-mail to email@example.com - headed 'IPPO Living Map' - containing the following bibliographic details: 'First author', 'Year', 'Title', 'Journal' or 'Source', 'DOI' and/or 'URL'.
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