CDC’s MMWR Examines Ebola ‘Incident Management System’ In Liberia

CDC’s MMWR: Developing an Incident Management System to Support Ebola Response — Liberia, July-August 2014
In its latest edition of the MMWR, the CDC examines the joint Ebola-related efforts of the CDC and the Liberian Ministry of Health and Social Welfare (MOHSW) “in instituting incident management system (IMS) principles to enhance the organization of the response.” The MMWR “describes MOHSW’s Ebola response structure as of mid-July, the plans made during the initial assessment of the response structure, the implementation of interventions aimed at improving the system, and plans for further development of the response structure for the Ebola epidemic in Liberia…” (10/17).

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