Global BioDefense, September 6, 2016
This article discusses the Duke Infectious Disease Response Training (DIDRT). The DIDRT is a five-state consortium funded by the NIH/NIEHS Worker Training Program (WTP) to address these weaknesses and contribute to a nationwide network for Ebola biosafety and infectious disease response training.
Through its network of five training sites (Duke University, Colorado State University, The University of Chicago, George Mason University, and University of Louisville) the DIDRT program consortium provides training in occupational settings that carry the potential for increased exposure to contaminated materials or infected individuals with a focus on hands-on learning and a train-the-trainer model.
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