The World Health Organization (WHO) has declared the 2022 mpox (monkeypox/MPX) outbreak a Public Health Emergency of International Concern (PHEIC).
Below, get free access to key research on mpox and other types of orthopoxvirus such as smallpox as well as resources examining the stigma of disease and the role of media and communication during health crises.
- Latest research and insights
- Origins and background of the outbreak
- Transmission and spread
- Vaccine research
- Vaccination strategy
- Tackling health-related stigma
- Health communication and media
- Support and resources from health organizations
To support global health professionals and scientific research communities, we've also curated this special collection of mpox-related research articles from our leading medical journals. You can also publish your mpox research and insights in the F1000 monkeypox collection or in a journal.
Origins of mpox and background to the outbreak
Transmission and spread
Tackling health-related stigma
Health communication and media
Support and resources from health organizations
Publish your research and insights
Submit your research to the F1000 monkeypox collection
The COVID-19 pandemic highlighted that the rapid sharing of research is critical for supporting governments around the world in their response to outbreaks of diseases such as monkeypox.
F1000Research is an Open Research publishing platform for scientists, scholars, and clinicians. It allows you to publish articles and other research outputs quickly.
Our monkeypox collection aims to bring together important research related to any aspect of monkeypox and makes this information readily available to researchers, educators, health officials, and the general public.
We welcome a range of article types including opinion pieces, living systematic reviews, and original research articles.