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WHO Ebola Clinical Team Training for Ebola Treatment Unit Work
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WHO IMAI Second Level Learning Program

  • OBJECTIVE AND TARGET AUDIENCE: Improve case management of adolescent and adult patients in district hospitals using evidence-based treatment, including the early identification and emergency treatment of patients presenting with undifferentiated severe disease. The courses have been designed to be relevant for HIV, TB, Malaria, VHF, and other infectious diseases of importance, as well as outbreak and pandemic preparedness.
  • TRAINING FORMAT/MATERIAL/CONTENT: The training packages are modular and can therefore be adapted to the identified needs of the health-care facility, or used during refresher training through specific modules relevant to an infectious disease outbreak. In addition to the use of the curriculum as part of planned country-wide efforts to improve capacity at the district hospital, the modules have also been rapidly adapted for training in management of respiratory distress during the HINI influenza pandemic in 2009 and currently for health care workers involved in the Ebola response.
  • DISEASE SURVEILLANCE AND REPORTING NOTIFIABLE DISEASES: Modules are also available for clinical staff highlighting the role of healthcare workers during both routine surveillance and outbreak investigations. These modules support the WHO Integrated Disease Surveillance and Response (IDSR) tools and are designed to be locally adapted based on existing disease surveillance systems.


WHO Ebola Clinical Team Training for Ebola Treatment Unit Work

This is a modular training, targeting health workers deployed to work in an Ebola Treatment Unit/Center (ETU/ETC) or to prepare and support health centres and hospital outpatient departments for safe Ebola surveillance. The course is suitable for both expatriates and national staff, working at their own institution or deployed within their own country. Clinicians attending the course should have basic medical or nursing skills.

How to access WHO Ebola Clinical Team Training

Please email with your information to request an invitation to the WHO West Africa Ebola Virus Disease Response Training site.

When you are invited you will receive an email titled “Your access to community WHO West Africa Ebola Virus Disease Response Training.” To access the site and set up a password please click the link in the email.

If you are already an EZ collab member, go to and enter your email and use your prior password. If you do not know your password, click on lost password.  For WHO staff, enter your WHO email.

Once in the site, click ‘Library’ to access WHO Ebola Clinical Team Training documents.

Click here for more information.

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