The iKANN Nutrition and COVID-19 evidence collections aims to identify published guidelines and research, explore emerging areas for research and conduct regular evidence synthesis relating to nutritional aspects of the prevention and treatment of COVID-19. More widely, this collection will include a focus on the related issues of food and nutrition security which have existed throughout this global crisis.

The collection will aim to focus on published global and regional guidelines, including a compilation of guidance from a variety of international nutrition bodies, as well as signposting to guidelines from more specific regional or nationally representative bodies. Similarly, the collection will act as a repository for both published and emerging research in this area. In doing so, the collection will help to inform the public, emerging research and encourage discussion on key challenges relating emerging nutrition and related public health practices in the context of COVID-19.

Nutrition and COVID-19 Evidence Tracker

The Nutrition and COVID-19 Evidence Tracker represents the living evidence base which underpins research related to Nutrition and COVID-19. The evidence is organised by thematic area based on a food systems approach which considers the wider determinants of health. As this is a living tracker and an emerging area of research, we urge you to engage in discussion around the evidence tracker via the COVID-19 Discussion Board in 'Evidence and Discussions'. You can view the full tracker here.