American Academy of Emergency Medicine


Free Webinar Today - Approaches to Clinical Management for Patients with Ebola Treated in U.S. Hospitals

Date:  Monday, October 20, 2014 
Time:  2:00 - 3:30 pm (Eastern Time)

How to Participate:  Registration is not required.

  • Join early. Line opens 15 minutes before the live call
  • When possible dial in as a group
  • High interest call. If lines reach capacity, access on demand a few days after the live call

Participate by Phone:

  • 888-455-9766 (U.S. Callers)
  • 773-756-4625 (International Callers)
  • Passcode: 5076538

Participate by Live Audio Web Streaming: Listen only.http://event.on24.com/r.htm?e=875715&s=1&k=4A077209650AA3FEE1E439AE88CEAF39

Access on Demand:
Call materials (audio and transcript) will be posted to the webpage a few days after the live call. http://emergency.cdc.gov/coca/calls/2014/callinfo_102014.asp


The 2014 Ebola epidemic is the largest in history, affecting multiple countries in West Africa. A small number of patients with Ebola virus disease (EVD) have been medically evacuated from West Africa to receive care in U.S. hospitals. The first imported case of Ebola was diagnosed in the United States in a person who had traveled from West Africa to Dallas, Texas and two secondary Ebola cases in healthcare workers have been identified as of October 14, 2014. CDC and our partners are taking precautions to prevent the spread of Ebola by sharing information with clinicians who may provide care for patients with EVD. During this COCA Call, clinicians will learn the clinical features and complications associated with Ebola and recommendations from Emory University Hospital and the University of Nebraska Medical Center on clinical management of patients with EVD.


Tim Uyeki, MD, MPH, MPP
Clinical Team Lead
CDC Ebola Response

Diana Florescu, MD
Infectious Disease Specialist
Section on Infectious Diseases
University of Nebraska Medical Center

G. Marshall Lyon III MD, MMSc
Associate Professor
Division of Infectious Diseases
Emory University School of Medicine

If you have questions or trouble accessing this COCA Call, please e-mail coca@cdc.gov.