Now Available: Emergency Department Ebola Preparedness Training Videos

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Now Available: Emergency Department Ebola Preparedness Training Videos

Hospital entrance CDC and the Johns Hopkins Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality and collaborated with numerous professional organizations to develop an Ebola Preparedness Training for emergency department personnel. Titled “Ebola Preparedness: Emergency Department Guidelines,” the training package consists of four video modules that supplement CDC’s recommended three-step strategy — identify, isolate and inform — for managing possible Ebola patients.

The modules showcase important planning processes, provider-patient communication techniques and cross-discipline teamwork principles that can be used to successfully handle several emerging diseases.
The four video modules are available as a YouTube playlist: Ebola Emergency Department Preparedness

  • Considerations for Preparedness – This module focuses on preparedness considerations for Ebola and how to engage a multi-disciplinary team to prepare your institution.
  • Screening Patients for Ebola Risk Factors and Symptoms – This module provides guidance for developing plans and procedures for screening all patients for relevant travel history, risk factors for Ebola, and signs and symptoms that might be consistent with Ebola.
  • Isolation of a Patient with Ebola Risk Factors and Symptoms – This module provides guidance for developing plans and procedures for safely implementing appropriate isolation precautions for a patient under investigation for Ebola.
  • Evaluate and Briefly Manage Patients: Ebola Assessment Hospitals – This module for Ebola Assessment Hospitals covers the basic concepts for evaluating and briefly managing a patient under investigation for Ebola.

The Emergency Department Ebola Preparedness Training Modules are available on CDC’s Ebola Website.

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