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Congratulations to the second cohort of the Field Epidemiology Training Program. Cohort 2 began their training last November. After three long months of mixed in-class and in-field training, they returned to present their final projects and receive their FETP certificates.

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On the first day of Workshop 3, all of the trainees delivered power point presentations, covering topics such as maternal mortality, cross-border investigation, and a suspected measles outbreak. Each presentation included recommendations for the Ministry of Health.

After delivering their presentations, the trainees were given feedback and fielded questions from the audience

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On the second day of Workshop 3, three exemplary trainees were asked to deliver their presentations again. Representatives of various partners working to support the Liberia FETP (the Liberian Ministry of Health, US Center for Disease Control and Prevention,  Emory University, African Field Epidemiology Network, and the World Health Organization) were in attendance.

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Dr. Cuallau Jabbeh Howe, Ministry of Health

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Mrs. Lilian Kironde, AFENET

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Dr. Esther Hamblion, WHO Liberia

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Dr. Scott McNabb, Emory University

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Dr. George Conway, CDC Liberia

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The class presented the mentors with gifts in appreciation of all of their hard work.

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To conclude Workshop 3, the trainees were presented with well-deserved certificates signed by Liberian Minister of Health, Bernice Dahn, CDC Director, Tom Frieden, and Rollins School of Public Health Dean, James Curran.

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