Monkeypox database for medical scientists

the now launched The Monkeypox Information Center’s database provides access to relevant research and information from Elsevier’s scientific and medical journals and clinical resources for healthcare professionals. In addition to medical scientists and healthcare professionals, the information is also shared with the World Health Organization (WHO).

Elsevier will also contribute to PubMed Central with the articles and information. This is the archive of biomedical and life sciences research of the National Library of Medicine of the National Institutes of Health of the US National Institutes of Health. The contribution will last as long as the emergency surrounding the virus and disease continues.

Monkeypox Information Center

The Monkeypox Information Center database and information is continuously updated with the latest research information on the virus and disease. Also, the Monkeypox-related content is freely available on ScienceDirect. This is Elsevier’s global platform of peer-reviewed scientific literature.

At the launch of the information center about 400 relevant journal articles were identified that qualify for this. “The Monkeypox Information Center supports healthcare professionals, researchers and policy makers in understanding Monkeypox. By providing easy access to the most up-to-date information, we contribute to successful prevention and treatment,” said Kumsal Bayazit, CEO of Elsevier.

The Monkeypox Information Center is hosted on the public news and information website, Elsevier Connect. In addition to information for healthcare professionals and medical scientists, this site also provides information for practicing nurses and physicians and resources designed specifically for patients and their families.

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