Providers: Information Session on Ebola Virus/DUHS Response

Given the intense national and local attention surrounding the Ebola Virus outbreak in Africa and, more recently, in this country, Duke University Health System leadership will be hosting an Ebola information session for physicians, nurse practitioners, physicians assistants and other APP’s.

During this session, DUHS infectious disease experts will share the latest information regarding the virus, including the experience gleaned from caring for patients in West Africa, and the U.S. response to date. Leadership will also review the DUHS infection control system and plans in place to effectively screen patients, as well as the steps being taken to mitigate potential risks to our health care teams, patients and visitors should an Ebola patient require our care.

Click here for meeting details.**

If you are unable to attend in-person, the session will also be available via live stream. You can access the presentation using the following link:

**Please note that in order to view the links included in this post, you must be on the Duke Medicine Network as well as signed in using your Duke NetID and password.


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