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Ebola Prepardness for Frontline Webinar - November 12

Ebola Preparedness for California Frontline Healthcare Facilities: Identify, Isolate and Inform Webinar
November 10, 2022 12:00pm-1:00pm

The California Department of Public Health and Cedars-Sinai Medical Center are pleased to present on Ebola preparedness for California frontline healthcare facilities, including real-world implementation strategies to identify, isolate and inform regarding patients with symptoms and potential exposure to Ebola. Cedars-Sinai will also provide an overview of their capacity as a Regional Special Pathogens Program.


  • Discuss the current Ebola outbreak status in Uganda, returning traveler monitoring, and criteria for a person under investigation (PUI)
  • Understand expectations for frontline healthcare facilities to identify, isolate and inform their local health department regarding patients with symptoms and potential exposure to Ebola
  • Describe real-world implementation strategies for screening and PUI identification
  • Discuss Ebola treatment capacity at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center


  • CDPH
  • Vit Kraushaar, MD │ Medical Epidemiologist, Infectious Diseases Branch
  • Erin Epson, MD │ Chief, Healthcare-Associated Infections Program
  • Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
  • Jennifer Garland RN, PhD, CIC │ Special Pathogens Clinical Program Manager
  • Jennifer Cuzzolina, RN, MSN, CIC │ Special Pathogens Clinical Program Coordinator
  • Jonathan Grein, MD │ Director, Hospital Epidemiology

Primary Audience:

  • Healthcare epidemiologists and infection preventionists, infectious disease physicians, emergency medicine physicians and nurses, clinical laboratory staff at acute care hospitals, other emergency care settings including urgent care clinics, critical access hospitals
  • Local public health communicable disease, public health laboratory, and emergency preparedness staff

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