Measuring the Impact of Global Health Crises: Ebola in 2015 and Beyond
On January 22, 2015 educators joined Global Classroom to examine the impact of the Ebola epidemic on West Africa’s public health, education, and economy. Dr. Matthew Sparke, Professor of Global Health at the University of Washington, introduced teachers to current global health trends. Next, a panel discussion addressed the future implications of the Ebola epidemic. Our panelists included Dr. Ann Marie Kimball, MD, MPH, FACPM, Physician and Epidemiologist, Dr. David Townes, MD, MPH, DTM&H, Professor of Emergency Medicine, Eric Williams, MPH, Director of williamsworks, and Philip Eckoff, PhD, Principal Investigator at Intellectual Ventures. This packet contains lesson plans, articles, infographics, and more relating to the Ebola epidemic and global health issues.
Check out this supplemental presentation: From ghosts and blame to crowds and targets: Global health trends admidst globalization.
Compiled by Charlotte Guard, Bridget Chan, and Amy Lutterloh