*This post originally appeared in PLOS | blogs. The resurgence of Ebola in Liberia in late June 2015, seven weeks after the country had been declared Ebola free, put a spotlight on how the disease is transmitted, and brought the issue of sexual transmission to the forefront. With this shift away from coping with a national health emergency to dealing with what may […]
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Ida Jooste is a health and science journalist, the recipient of some twenty international and South African media awards on science and development issues. She is the Global Health Media advisor at Internews, where she leads health media training programs and serves as advisor to advance country-specific science journalism ventures in Africa and Asia. Internews is an international non-profit organization that partners with journalists, information advocates and civil society organizations around the world to ensure the free flow of trusted information.
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*This post originally appeared in PLOS | blogs. When I was in Liberia in June this year, just one month after the country had been declared “Ebola-free,” I noticed how often I heard the phrase “that was before Ebola” or “that was after Ebola”. The Ebola outbreak that began in 2014 brought unspeakable horror to a […]
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