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Workshop 2 Begins for Cohort 2

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On Monday, January 11th, the Liberia FETP welcomed back the second cohort of surveillance officers for Workshop 2, running from January 11-14. Over the course of the week, participants will report on their findings from the field. Also, the program’s facilitators will cover topics including, but not limited to, outbreak investigation, SWOT analysis, and delivering a scientific presentation.

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The Liberia FETP Team: (from left to right) Dr. Peter Adewuyi, Ms. Lily Sanvee, Mr. Sumo Nuwolo, Dr. Maame Amo-Addae, and Mr. Joseph Frimpong

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Dr. Peter Adewuyi, Liberia FETP Field Coordinator, conducting Lesson 2: Outbreak Investigation

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Mr. Sam Judges, District Surveillance Officer, presenting the results of his data quality audit and SWOT analysis of healthcare facilities in his district in Bomi County

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Participants working in groups to complete exercises to reinforce material from the lesson

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Liberia FETP Resident Advisor, Dr. Maame Amo-Addae, facilitating “Recommendations for Action” from the participants’ SWOT analysis

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