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The BMJ- Ebola Virus Infection

British Medical Journal, (2018)


The BMJ has made all of its articles referring to the Ebola outbreak free to access. The content includes latest guidance for healthcare workers, which 'will continue to update healthcare workers, outside of west Africa, with the latest guidance from the UK's Health Protection Agency and the US Center for Disease Control'
https://www.bmj.com/ebola


Ebola Response Tracker

ONE, (2015)


Find out what money, health care workers and other support has been pledged--and delivered--for the Ebola crisis by countries and private donors so far.
http://www.one.org/us/ebola-tracker/


Ebola in Context: Understanding Transmission, Response and Control

London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, (2014)


This two-week free course looks at the science behind the Ebola outbreak, to understand why it has occurred on this scale and how it can be controlled - See more at: http://www.lshtm.ac.uk/study/freeonlinecourses/ebola/index.html#sthash.77ztaO8A.dpuf Start: 19 January 2015 Duration: 2 weeks,6 hours per week Email inquiries: sutdy@lshtm.ac.uk
http://www.lshtm.ac.uk/study/freeonlinecourses/ebo...


Ebola Outbreak 2014: Information Resources

Emergency Access Initiative, (2014)


The Emergency Access Initiative (EAI) has been activated in support of medical efforts related to the Ebola Outbreak in West Africa. The Emergency Access Initiative is a col- laborative partnership between the U.S. National Library of Medicine and participating publishers to provide free access to full text articles from over 650 biomedical serial Titles and over 4,000 reference books and online databases to healthcare professionals and libraries affected by disasters. The free access period is now to December 12, 2014
http://sis.nlm.nih.gov/dimrc/ebola_2014.html#a4


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