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On Demand: November 3, 2015

Ebola Response in West Africa: My Experience

Broadcast Date: November 3, 2015 | 1 hour, 30 minutes
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Clinical Variables, Fluid Management and Lab Values (1 page)
Cluster Transmission (1 page)
Contact Tracing (1 page)
Ebola in Freetown-A Case Study of 581 Patients (1 page)
Ebola Treatment Center (1 page)
Ebola Virus Disease Among Children (1 page)
Ebola Virus Ecology (1 page)
Geographical distribution of cases (1 page)
Timeline of Plasma Viral RNA Load (1 page)
Timeline of Viral RNA Load in Plasma (1 page)
Reference (1 page)

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Post-Conference Materials

Sheet (1 page)
Evaluation (1 page)
EMS Sign-in Sheet (1 page)
EMS Evaluation (1 page)
Social Worker Exam (1 page)

Program Overview

The 2014 Ebola epidemic was the largest in history, affecting multiple countries in West Africa with relatively weak healthcare systems. This program will discuss the purpose and design of Ebola treatment centers in West Africa, and how medical care is delivered in this setting. The speaker, a pediatric physician who worked inside a treatment unit in Sierra Leone, will provide a first hand account of his experiences.

For more information, view the conference flyer.

Target Audience

Nurses, physicians, social workers, infection control practitioners, hospital administrators, public health educators, and other interested health care providers.

Contact Hours

EMS 1.5 hours, Nurses 1.5 hours, Social Workers 1.5 hours

*Non-ADPH nurses and social workers are charged a fee to receive CE Certificates. EMS personnel are not charged a fee.

Contact for Technical Assistance

Call 334-206-5618 or email ALPHTN.

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