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Calling all researchers: how has the COVID-19 Knowledge Hub helped you?

When the World Health Organization (WHO) declared the coronavirus outbreak to be a Public Health Emergency of International Concern in January 2020, The Global Health Network immediately set up the COVID-19 Research Implementation and Knowledge Hub. The aim of the Knowledge Hub is to ensure that research teams can find the support, tools, resources and guidance that they need to aid their studies during this rapidly evolving situation.

The Knowledge Hub uses shared and open protocols, tools and online webinars and workshops to raise research standards and enable faster, easier and better research and data sharing.

With over a year since its launch, we now want to hear from you to help us understand:

  • To what extent the COVID-19 Hub is meeting your learning needs
  • How the COVID-19 Hub could be improved for future participants
  • What you feel you have learned/acquired by being part of the COVID-19 Hub community

This will help us understand how the COVID-19 hub has been beneficial to you and inform what should be improved for future development of resources.

Take the survey: COVID-19 Research Implementation and Knowledge Hub Survey

The deadline to complete this survey is 22 March at 10:00 am (BST).

This survey is also available in Portuguese: COVID-19 Hub Pesquisa

If you have any questions or problems accessing the survey, please contact me on


P.S. Please share this survey with your colleagues who’ve also benefited from the hub, thank you!

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