COVID-19 Rapid Evidence Reviews Group (CORRE)

Training session at GA East Hospital

Doctors at Ga East Municipal Hospital having a practical session on the use of REDCap for CCP data entry

Bringing together evidence to tackle COVID-19

The COVID-19 Rapid Evidence Reviews Group (CORRE) is a collaborative effort between ISARIC and several other international partners that aims to provide high quality rapid evidence synthesis for use in COVID-19 research activities.

Reports produced by the COVID-19 Rapid Evidence Reviews Group seek to provide an answer to a list of relevant research questions. The final purpose is to accelerate our collective understanding of COVID-19 to help improve patient care and inform public health policy.

Coming soon

Clinical Characterisation of COVID-19: a systematic review (submitted)

Clinical Management Guidelines for COVID-19: a systematic review (ongoing)


Obesity An independent risk factor for COVID-19 severity

Scope, quality, and inclusivity of clinical guidelines produced early in the COVID-19 pandemic – rapid review

What are the long-term symptoms and complications of COVID-19: a protocol for a living systematic review

Transmission dynamics and secondary attack rate of SARS-CoV-2

What is the duration and dynamics of viral shedding in various body fluids in coronaviruses

ISARIC associated clinical studies in COVID-19

Members of the COVID-19 Rapid Evidence Reviews Group include:

Public Health Bioinformatics Group

Will Hsiao

 Gurinder Gosal

Ivan Gill

Librarian Reserve Corps

Sara Loree

Usher Institute – UNCOVER
(Usher Network for COVID-19 Evidence Reviews)

Harish Nair

Collaborative Approach to Meta-Analysis and Review of Animal Data from Experimental Studies (CAMARADES)

Emily Sena

St Andrews University, Infection and Global Health Research

Muge Cevik

School of Health Sciences, City, University of London

Melina Michelen

Charitini Stavropoulou

For any questions or to take part in this initiative, please email