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AMA assembles Ebola resources for physicians & public

The American Medical Association has created an Ebola Resource Center that links to information from the CDC and other public health groups.

Resources for Physicians/Hospitals cover:

  • Understanding the virus
  • Preparing your hospital or practice
  • Screening and diagnosing Ebola
  • Treating patients with the virus

Resources for the Public include:

  • Ebola basics (JAMA)
  • What you need to know about Ebola (CDC)
  • Signs and symptoms of Ebola
  • How to prevent Ebola
  • Ebola transmission (CDC Q&A)
  • Ebola and pet (CDC Q&A)

Visit the Ebola Resource Center website at:


CDC’s Detailed Hospital Checklist for Ebola Preparedness

Click for direct access to pdf document:
Detailed Hospital Checklist for Ebola Preparedness

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