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NPR Article: What should you do if a fly gets into your anti-ebola goggles?
 
NPR Article: Test Your Medical Smarts: Does this patient have Ebola?
 
Intercountry Ebola Clinical Training of Trainers
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WHO Ebola Clinical Team Training for Ebola Treatment Unit Work
 
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Alliance support for WHO Ebola clinical training

The WHO Ebola Clinical Team Training was first used in August and September in Sierra Leone, to train clinical teams in Lakka Holding Center and the IFRC clinical team as they opened their ETU in Kenema. WHO/MOH then continued training nurses, nursing aids and cleaners/hygienists in the Stadium on a continuous basis using an extract from the course: introduction to Ebola, infection prevention and control, and how to put on and safely take off PPE, with over 750 trained. Many have been deployed to ETUs and holding centers while others work more safely in their own hospitals while waiting the opening of new ETUs. This PPE/IPC training is now being conducted in the Stadium and at the Faculty of Nursing in Freetown by a combined faculty from the British Army, the Royal Sierra Leone Armed Forces, and the MOH (throughout November). The WHO/MOH training teams have moved to Makeni and Port Loco to continue training, to staff holding centers, ETUs and CCCs as they open in this region. Training in clinical management, practice with simulated patients in a mock ETU (phase 2 training) and mentoring into ETU work by an ETU-experienced clinician is starting week of November 11 in Freetown and will then be used on a continuous basis.


 

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