Continuing Education

To engage new audiences such as midcareer professionals, CHE@Emory harnesses the innovative technologies of new online platforms such as Coursera to expand course content. Worldwide, thousands of participants are freely accessing top quality Emory University courses.

Ebola Virus Disease: An Evolving Epidemic

Emory professors Dabney Evans, PhD, MPH and Carlos Del Rio, MD offer this open online course on the Ebola epidemic. 

About this Course

Learn about the evolving Ebola epidemic and its various aspects including disease prevention, management and treatment, response to the epidemic, ethical considerations, and the post-Ebola global health landscape.

  1. Introduction to Ebola
  2. Patient Care of Persons with Ebola Virus Disease
  3. Prevention, Treatment, and Response
  4. Laboratory Issues
  5. Managing Potential and Diagnosed Ebola Patients
  6. How Ebola is Changing Global Health

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E-TRAIN: Emergency Training for Response and Improved Nutrition

Coming soon

Emergency Training for Response and Improved Nutrition (E-TRAIN) strengthens public health and nutrition global capacity for complex humanitarian emergencies response. E-TRAIN uses three approaches including open access Coursera courses, expansion of Nutrition in Emergencies (NiE) intensive training, and field based work experience to build sector capacities for emergency response. The program combines the teaching and research strengths of Emory University’s Rollins School of Public Health with the applied technical skills of International Medical Corps (IMC), GOAL, and the Emergency Response and Recovery Branch (ERRB) of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC).  E-TRAIN aims to build public health capacity in humanitarian emergencies and establish a cadre of skilled professionals specifically for surge capacity. At the conclusion of five years of implementation, E-TRAIN will be a fully functioning robust program and the preeminent training program in the nation for entry level and mid-career professionals seeking to improve their emergency response related sector skills.