Training Health Workers for Ebola: Series Two

Date(s): -
Location: Webinar
United States

April 1, 8, and 15, 2015
Webinar series

The Ebola crisis and its aftermath continue to challenge health workers and health systems in West Africa. This three-part webinar series will focus on tools and strategies that health workers, as well as the governments and organizations that support them, can use to protect their communities and begin to rebuild health systems.

The webinars are free and open to all, including health workers, community leaders, program implementers (in-country and international), policy-makers at ministries of health, and others.

IntraHealth and mPowering Frontline Health Workers will lead the webinars, in partnership with EbolaAlert and TechChange. The series has been made possible by support from the USAID-supported Health Communication Capacity Collaborative.

Click the links below to register for each webinar in the series.

Webinar 1: Working with Youth, Volunteers, and Vulnerable Populations (April 1, 10 am EDT)

Webinar 2: Community Mobilization and Preparedness Planning (April 8, 10 am EDT)

Webinar 3: Effective Use of Data (April 15, 10 am EDT)

“Training Health Workers for Ebola: Series One” concluded in October 2014. Click here to view the recordings of each webinar in the first series.

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