Covid-19 Resources

The Library and Knowledge Service has created a number of resources to provide you with the latest evidence on COVID-19 and to help you find clear, accurate and trusted information. This page will be updated regularly throughout the COVID-19 outbreak.

GMMH staff/students - please contact the library at if you would like any of the items on the bulletins which are not immediately available online.

The Library and Knowledge Services have now re-opened though we are operating a reduced service until further notice. We can continue to provide evidence support with literature searches, current awareness and assistance with accessing our online resources.

You can contact us at - our inbox is monitored Monday - Friday 08:30-16:30.

Covid-19 Vaccine Evidence Update

The following document provides links to research on the COVID-19 vaccines and was last updated on 02/02/21

Covid-19 vaccination information bulletin for health workers February 2021.pdf


The following document identifies common myths being spread about the coronavirus vaccine and provides links to fact checking sites that have checked the claims. It was last updated on 11/02/21

COVID-19 vaccine mythbusting _February 2021.pdf 

General Covid-19 Evidence Update

From 24th July 2020, the Library and Knowledge Services are no longer producing the General COVID-19 Evidence Update. Previous bulletins were produced from 17 March to 22 July. If you are interested in receiving any of these bulletins or would like a literature search on a topic related to COVID-19, please contact us at

Covid-19 and Mental Health


Covid-19 and Substance Misuse

Helpline Resources

Whether you're concerned about yourself or a loved one, these helplines and support groups can offer expert advice.

Helpline Resources.pdf

LGBT Helpline Resources.pdf 

Covid-19 Information and Resources from Public Health England



Covid-19 and the Health Workforce


General Bulletins

Library and Knowledge Services produce a range of bulletins on substance misuse, healthcare management, public health and psychiatry.

Our bulletins aim to keep you up-to-date with the latest evidence-based health care information, including articles, guidelines and books. To be added to our mailing lists, please contact

Library and Knowledge Services can also provide tailored bulletins. Contact us on the e-mail above if you have a request and we will help set you up a bulletin which best works for you.