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Special Event - Ebola Forum - October 14, 2014

Ebola Crisis Deans Symposium, Part 1: Fighting Ebola as a Community
16:00
October 15, 2014
Dean’s Symposium on Ebola: Crisis, Context and Response "Be Helpful, Stay Helpful: A Community Based Strategy to Fight Ebola" By David Peters, MD, Chair, International Health, JHSPH

16:00
October 15, 2014
Dean’s Symposium on Ebola: Crisis, Context and Response "Be Helpful, Stay Helpful: A Community Based Strategy to Fight Ebola" By David Peters, MD, Chair, International Health, JHSPH
 
16:32
October 15, 2014
Dean’s Symposium on Ebola: Crisis, Context and Response "Rethinking Care: Lessons from the current and previous Ebola outbreaks" By Trish Perl, MD, MSc, Professor, Medicine, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, and Senior Epidemiologist, Johns Hopkins Health System
 
18:10
October 15, 2014
Dean’s Symposium on Ebola: Crisis, Context and Response "Financing and Governing the Global Response to Ebola: Are we where we need to be?" By Joshua Michaud, PhD, International Development, SAIS, Johns Hopkins University
 
20:08
October 15, 2014
Dean’s Symposium on Ebola: Crisis, Context and Response "Overview of Lead Experimental Medical Countermeasures for Ebola & Product-Specific Considerations" By Peter Jahrling, PhD, Chief Scientist, NIAID Integrated Research Facility
 
22:29
October 15, 2014
Dean’s Symposium on Ebola: Crisis, Context and Response "Ebola Modeling for the Immediate and Long Term" By Joshua Epstein, PhD, Professor, Emergency Medicine, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
 
1:21:36
October 17, 2014
Dean’s Symposium on Ebola: Crisis, Context and Response A multidisciplinary panel, moderated by Joshua M. Sharfstein, MD, Maryland's Secretary of Health and Mental Hygiene, discusses topics ranging from healthcare infrastructure to interventions.
 
34:21
October 20, 2014
Dean’s Symposium on Ebola: Crisis, Context and Response As the featured speaker, Michael T. Osterholm, PhD, MPH, McKnight Presidential Endowed Chair in Public Health and Director, Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy (CIDRAP), University of Minnesota, discusses how the current Ebola epidemic presents an immense challenge to unprepared national and global health systems.