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Acknowledgements

Many people gave their time and help during development of the course.

Lead Educator: Judith Glynn

Course Developers: Joanna Stroud & Megan Kill

Contributors from the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine

Regina Bash-Taqi
Magdalena Bondos
Matt Cairns
Tracey Chantler
Felicity Daly
John Edmunds
Sebastian Funk
Chris Grundy
Andy Guise
David Heymann
Martin Hibberd
Craig Higgins
Elizabeth Holdsworth
Catherine Houlihan
Heidi Larson
Olivier Le Polain
Saumu Lwembe
Pearlyn Mamulu
Fred Martineau
Melisa Martinez-Alvarez
Catherine McGowan
Shefali Oza
Peter Piot
Ian Roberts
Laura Rodrigues
Jessie Schmitz
Maureen Seguin
Peter Smith
Richard Smith
Kes Stern
Shunmay Yeung

Contributors from other institutions

Matthias Borchert. Institute of Tropical Medicine and International Health, Charité - Universitätsmedizin, Berlin.

Colin Brown. King’s Sierra Leone Partnership

Yasmin Jusu-Sheriff. Mano River Women’s Peace Network

Paul Richards and Esther Yei-Mokuwa. Njala University, Sierra Leone

Thanks to those who tested earlier versions.

Thanks to Médecins Sans Frontières for use of photos and videos and to the Institute of Tropical Medicine, Antwerp, for permission to use archive film.

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Ebola in Context: Understanding Transmission, Response and Control

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