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BMJ Learning Ebola and Marburg virus infections

British Medical Journal, (2018)


For health professionals located outside affected regions, online learning courses from BMJ Learning [http://learning.bmj.com/learning/module-intro/.html?moduleId=10058695] offer guidance on how to recognise who is most at risk and how to manage suspected cases of Ebola in primary care.
http://learning.bmj.com/learning/module-intro/.htm...


Ebola: Knowledge resources for responders. Open WHO Online Course

World Health Organization WHO, (2017)


Decision-makers and frontline responders will find a set of resources on Ebola virus disease here. These resources can be used as refreshers for experienced personnel or as an introduction to the topic for everyone else. Most of the materials are available in English and French, and can be downloaded for offline use. A version in Lingala is also available.
https://openwho.org/courses/knowledge-resources-eb...


Ebola : Ressources de connaissances pour les intervenants

Organisation Mondiale de la Santé OMS, (2017)


Les décideurs et les intervenants en première ligne trouveront ici les ressources sur la maladie à virus Ebola. Ces ressources peuvent être utilisées en tant que rappels ou compléments de connaissances pour les travailleurs expérimentés ou en tant qu’introduction au sujet pour les autres. La plupart des ressources sont disponibles en anglais et en français et peuvent être téléchargées pour un usage sans connexion. Une version en Lingala est également disponible.
https://openwho.org/courses/ressources-connaissanc...


Communication Risk in Public Health Emergencies

World Health Organization (WHO), (2018)


A WHO Guideline for Emergency Risk Communication (ERC) policy and practice. Recent public health emergencies, such as the Ebola virus disease outbreak in West Africa (2014–2015), the emergence of the Zika virus syndrome in 2015–2016 and multi-country yellow fever outbreaks in Africa in 2016, have highlighted major challenges and gaps in how risk is communicated during epidemics and other health emergencies. The challenges include the rapid transformation in communications technology, including the near-universal penetration of mobile telephones, the widespread use and increasingly powerful influence of digital media which has had an impact on ‘traditional’ media (newspapers, radio and television), and major changes in how people access and trust health information. Important gaps include considerations of context – the social, economic, political and cultural factors influencing people’s perception of risk and their risk-reduction behaviours.
http://apps.who.int/iris/bitstream/10665/259807/2/...


Fighting Ebola with Information

Fast, Larissa and Adele Waugaman, Eds.: USAID, (2016)


Learning from the Use of Data, Information, and Digital Technologies in the West Africa Ebola Outbreak Response
https://www.usaid.gov/sites/default/files/document...


OpenWHO. Access essential knowledge for managing public health emergencies

World Health Organization WHO, (2017)


OpenWHO is WHO’s new interactive, web-based, knowledge-transfer platform offering online courses to improve the response to health emergencies. OpenWHO enables the Organization and its key partners to transfer life-saving knowledge to large numbers of frontline responders. On this platform you find online courses on: Pandemic and epidemic-prone diseases; Incident Management System; MERS; Ebola; Public Health Interventions; Risk communication; Predeployment training GO; ZIKA; Influenza
https://openwho.org/


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