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Summary

We have now reached the end of the first week.

Look back at what you have done and see the progress you have made. You can see a summary of how you are getting on through the ‘Progress’ tab at the top of every page. This shows you many steps you have marked as completed.

This is also a good time to revisit the conversations in past steps. You can use the “most liked” filter to see the most popular comments so far.

Next week we will look at control measures, in the community and in the Ebola Treatment Centres, and at why it is difficult to know what proportion of people with Ebola die. The activities are available to view now, but if you decide to review them early, you may want to return to the comments and discussions to see what other learners have thought and to continue contributing.

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Ebola in Context: Understanding Transmission, Response and Control

London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine

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