On Wednesday September 24, 2014, the UPMC Center for Health Security hosted a Congressional Seminar on Ebola for Hill staff and other stakeholders. Leaders from CDC, USAID, DOD, and Fondation Mérieux spoke.
During a flu pandemic, how should healthcare providers decide who has access to ventilators when there are not enough? We worked with JHU partners to learn what MD communities consider most important in making such decisions.
The MRC has been activated many times over the past 10 years, but little is known about this organization of 200,000+ medical volunteers comprising nearly 1,000 local units. We looked at unit organization, activities, and challenges.
Clinicians outside of West Africa, particularly those who work in emergency medicine, critical care, infectious diseases, and infection control, should be familiar with the fundamentals of Ebola virus disease, including its diagnosis, treatment, and control.
The Center for Health Security created this forum to allow for dialogue and information sharing between members of the diverse communities who are engaged in trying to better respond to the Ebola outbreak.
In light of the recent use of a monoclonal antibody preparation during the treatment of two ebola patients, we are reposting our February 2013 report “Next-Generation Monoclonal Antibodies.”
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