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Library creates global ebola resource

The Kennedy Institute of Ethics and its Bioethics Research Library are proud to partner with the O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law and Georgetown University Law Library to launch a university-wide resource on the current ebola outbreak.

The Ebola Outbreak: A Global Conversation and Resources” is a real-time tool that pulls scholarly publications, blog posts, events, news articles, and links from Georgetown faculty and research specialists working on the ebola epidemic from a variety of perspectives, including infectious disease control, global health law, national security, human rights, epidemiology, and public health preparedness.

Centered in West Africa (with a few isolated cases in the United States and Europe), the ebola outbreak is a public health emergency of international concern. The resource will be updated continuously in the hope that Georgetown’s pooled expertise and attention can contribute to the global response required by this ongoing tragedy.

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