The ongoing Ebola epidemic in West Africa is a World Health Organization classified public health emergency that has caused anxiety around the world, including here within the United States. This panel discussion focuses on the nature and effects of the disease, the perceptions of risk it has generated, and the sociological and public health challenges associated with containing the virus in the source countries.
Dickinson Faculty Panelists: Michael Beevers, Marie Helweg-Larsen, John Henson (moderator)
ebola, West Africa, World Health Organization, public health, disease, health risk
Diseases | Health Policy | Public Health
Beevers, Michael, Marie Helweg-Larsen, and John Henson. "Ebola." Ensemble video, 01:12:01. December 4, 2014. https://ensemble.dickinson.edu/Watch/Xp3x2SAi