• COVID-19 and Pacific food system resilience: opportunities to build a robust response 

      Farrell, Penny; Thow, Anne Marie; Wate, Jillian Tutuo; Nonga, Nichol; Vatucawaqa, Penina; Brewer, Tom; Sharp, Michael K.; Farmery, Anna; Trevena, Helen; Reeve, Erica; Eriksson, Hampus; Gonzalez, Itziar; Mulcahy, Georgina; Eurich, Jacob G.; Andrew, Neil L.
      Published 2020
      The unfolding COVID-19 pandemic has exposed the vulnerability of the Pacific food system to externalities and has had far-reaching impacts, despite the small number of COVID-19 cases recorded thus far. Measures adopted to ...
      Article, Letter
    • COVID-19 and the policy sciences: initial reactions and perspectives 

      Weible, Christopher M.; Nohrstedt, Daniel; Cairney, Paul; Carter, David P.; Crow, Deserai A.; Durnová, Anna P.; Heikkila, Tanya; Ingold, Karin; McConnell, Allan; Stone, Diane
      Published 2020-01-01
      The world is in the grip of a crisis that stands unprecedented in living memory. The COVID-19 pandemic is urgent, global in scale, and massive in impacts. Following Harold D. Lasswell’s goal for the policy sciences to offer ...
      Article
    • COVID-19 IDD: A global survey exploring the impact of COVID-19 on individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their caregivers 

      Linehan, Christine; Aranten-Bergman, Tal; Beadle-Brown, Julie; Bigby, Christine; Birkbeck, Gail; Bradley, Valerie; Brown, Michael; Bredewold, Femmianne; Chirwa, Masauso; Kanova, Sarka; Kroll, Thilo; MacLachlan, Mac; Narayan, Jayanthi; Nearchou, Finiki; Nolan, Adam; O'Donovan, Mary-Ann; Santos, Flavia H.; Siska, Jan; Tideman, Magnus; Tossebro, Jan
      Published 2020-01-01
      Background: This protocol outlines research to explore the impact of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) on individuals who have intellectual and developmental disabilities and their caregivers. Evidence suggests that ...
      Article
    • COVID-19 is a disease of older people 

      Le Couteur, D. G.; Anderson, R. M.; Newman, A. B.
      Published 2020-01-01
      Article
    • COVID-19 is rapidly changing: Examining public perceptions and behaviors in response to this evolving pandemic 

      Seale, Holly; Heywood, Anita E.; Leask, Julie; Sheel, Meru; Thomas, Susan; Durrheim, David N.; Bolsewicz, Katarzyna; Kaur, Rajneesh
      Published 2020
      Background: Since the emergence of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in late 2019, communities have been required to rapidly adopt community mitigation strategies rarely used before, or only ...
      Article
    • COVID-19 is rapidly changing: Examining public perceptions and behaviors in response to this evolving pandemic 

      Seale, Holly; Heywood, Anita E; Leask, Julie; Steel, Meru; Thomas, Susan; Durrheim, David N; Bolsewicz, Katarzyna; Kaur, Rajneesh
      Published 2020-01-01
      Background: Since the emergence of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in late 2019, communities have been required to rapidly adopt community mitigation strategies rarely used before, or only ...
      Preprint
    • The COVID-19 outbreak: a snapshot from down under 

      van Zandwijk, Nico; Rasko, John E J
      Published 2020-01-01
      The 1918 influenza pandemic traveled by foot, train and ship and occasionally by horse or car. COVID-19 started traveling by plane and its pandemic spread provides an example of interconnectedness and globalization. ...
      Article
    • The COVID-19 outbreak: a snapshot from down under 

      Zandwijk, Nico van; Rasko, John
      Published 2020-01-01
      Article
    • Covid-19 pandemic and the unprecedented mobilisation of scholarly efforts prompted by a health crisis: Scientometric comparisons across SARS, MERS and 2019-nCov literature 

      Haghani, Milad; Bliemer, Michiel C. J.
      Published 2020-01-01
      During the current century, each major coronavirus outbreak has triggered a quick and immediate surge of academic publications on this topic. The spike in research publications following the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (Covid-19) ...
      Preprint
    • COVID-19 Pandemic: Considerations for Safe Medication Use in Older Adults with Multimorbidity and Polypharmacy 

      Ailabouni, Nagham J; Hilmer, Sarah N; Kalisch, Lisa; Braund, Rhiannon; Reeve, Emily
      Published 2020-01-01
      Article
    • The COVID-19 Pandemic: Diverse Contexts; Different Epidemics—How and Why? 

      Van Damme, Wim; Dahake, Ritwik; Délamou, Alexandre; Ingelbeen, Brecht; Wouters, Edwin; Vanham, Guido; van de Pas, Remco; Dossou, Jean-Paul; Ir, Por; Abimbola, Seye; Van der Borght, Stefaan; Devadasan, Narayanan; Bloom, Gerald; Van Engelgem, Ian; Ahmed, Mohamed Ali Ag; Kiendrébéogo, Joël Arthur; Verdonck, Kristien; De Brouwere, Vincent; Bello, Kéfilath; Kloos, Helmut; Aaby, Peter; Kalk, Andreas; Al-Awlaqi, Sameh; Prashanth, N S; Muyembe-Tamfum, Jean Jacques; Mbala, Placide; Ahuka-Mundeke, Steve; Assefa, Yibeltal
      Published 2020-01-01
      It is very exceptional that a new disease becomes a true pandemic. Since its emergence in Wuhan, China, in late 2019, SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, has spread to nearly all countries of the world in only a ...
      Preprint
    • The COVID-19 pandemic: diverse contexts; different epidemics—how and why? 

      Van Damme, Wim; Dahake, Ritwik; Delamou, Alexandre; Ingelbeen, Brecht; Wouters, Edwin; Vanham, Guido; van de Pas, Remco; Dossou, Jean-Paul; Ir, Por; Abimbola, Seye; Van der Borght, Stefaan; Devadasan, Narayanan; Bloom, Gerald; Van Engelgem, Ian; Ahmed, Mohamed Ali Ag; Kiendrébéogo, Joël Arthur; Verdonck, Kristien; De Brouwere, Vincent; Bello, Kéfilath; Kloos, Helmut; Aaby, Peter; Kalk, Andreas; Al-Awlaqi, Sameh; Prashanth, N S; Muyembe-Tamfum, Jean Jacques; Mbala, Placide; Ahuka-Mundeke, Steve; Assefa, Yibeltal
      Published 2020
      It is very exceptional that a new disease becomes a true pandemic. Since its emergence in Wuhan, China, in late 2019, severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2), the virus that causes COVID-19, has spread ...
      Preprint
    • The COVID-19 pandemic: diverse contexts; different epidemics�how and why? 

      Van Damme, Wim; Dahake, Ritwik; Delamou, Alexandre; Ingelbeen, Brecht; Wouters, Edwin; Vanham, Guido; van de Pas, Remco; Dossou, Jean-Paul; Ir, Por; Abimbola, Seye; Van der Borght, Stefaan; Narayanan, Devadasan; Bloom, Gerald; Van Engelgem, Ian; Ahmed, Mohamed Ali Ag; Kiendr�b�ogo, Jo�l Arthur; Verdonck, Kristien; De Brouwere, Vincent; Bello, K�filath; Kloos, Helmut; Aaby, Peter; Kalk, Andreas; Al-Awlaqi, Sameh; Prashanth, NS; Muyembe-Tamfum, Jean-Jacques; Mbala, Placide; Ahuka-Mundeke, Steve; Assefa, Yibeltal
      Published 2020
      It is very exceptional that a new disease becomes a true pandemic. Since its emergence in Wuhan, China, in late 2019, severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2), the virus that causes COVID-19, has spread ...
      Article
    • COVID-19 pandemic: Impact on children, families and the future 

      Fitzgerald, Dominic A.; Maclean, Joanna; Rubin, Bruce K.
      Published 2020-01-01
      Article, Letter
    • COVID-19 transmission in Mainland China is associated with temperature and humidity: A time-series analysis 

      Qi, Hongchao; Xiao, Shuang; Shi, Runye; Ward, Michael P.; Chen, Yue; Tu, Wei; Su, Qing; Wang, Wenge; Wang, Xinyi; Zhang, Zhijie
      Published 2020-01-01
      COVID-19 has become a pandemic. The influence of meteorological factors on the transmission and spread of COVID-19 if of interest. This study sought to examine the associations of daily average temperature (AT) and relative ...
      Article
    • COVID-19, Type 1 Diabetes Clinical Practice, Research, and Remote Medical Care: A View From the Land Down-Under. 

      Venkatesh, Nisha; Paldus, Barbora; Lee, Melissa H; MacIsaac, Richard J; Jenkins, Alicia J; O'Neal, David N
      Published 2020-01-01
      We have learned that social distancing measures are vital to reduce the spread of COVID-19 in our communities. The COVID-19 pandemic has >2 million confirmed cases and >145 000 deaths globally, with 6497 cases and 63 deaths ...
      Article
    • COVID-19: a novel zoonotic disease caused by a coronavirus from China: what we know and what we don’t 

      Mackenzie, John S; Smith, David W
      Published 2020-01-01
      At the end of December, 2019, a new disease of unknown aetiology appeared in Wuhan, China. It was quickly identified as a novel betacoronavirus, and related to SARS-CoV and a number of other bat-borne SARS-like coronaviruses. ...
      Article
    • COVID-19: A tale of two pandemics across the Asia Pacific region 

      Fitzgerald, Dominic A.; Wong, Gary W.K.
      Published 2020-01-01
      The widely diverse impacts of SAR-CoV-2 infection resulting in the COVID-19 pandemic cannot be held in more stark relief when contrasting the devastating impact upon China, Italy, Great Britain, America and Brazil with the ...
      Article
    • COVID-19: An Australian Perspective 

      Shakespeare-Finch, Jane; Bowen-Salter, Holly; Cashin, Miranda; Badawi, Amalia; Wells, Ruth; Rosenbaum, Simon; Steel, Zachary
      Published 2020-01-01
      Australia looks to be one of those lucky countries that adopted an early public health response limiting community transmission of COVID-19 and avoiding the levels of acute hospitalization and fatality seen in other settings. ...
      Article
    • COVID-19: Infection prevention and control guidance for all ultrasound practitioners 

      Basseal, Jocelyne M; Westerway, Susan Campbell; McAuley, Terry
      Published 2020-01-01
      The severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus (SARS‐CoV‐2), an enveloped virus, is the causative agent of the disease known as COVID‐19 (Coronavirus Disease 2019). The virus is transmitted via the droplet and contact ...
      Article