NYT Magazine Profiles Guinean Doctor Who Trains Health Care Workers In Ebola Control Practices
New York Times Magazine: He Survived Ebola. Now He’s Fighting to Keep It From Spreading.
“…Dr. Sadou Diallo is a slight man, trim and compact with a high forehead above wire-rimmed glasses. He is the director of obstetrics and gynecology at the Matam Community Medical Center, in Conakry, Guinea’s capital. … [W]hen Diallo was not at the medical center, he was conducting [Infection Prevention and Control (IPC)] trainings around the country as a Jhpiego instructor…” (Benko, 5/26).
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