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- Guidance for UCSF Community Interested in Volunteering
- UCSF Medical Center Preparedness
- Support the Emergency Ebola Response
Below are the latest internal messages regarding the Ebola response. To read news stories and media coverage, click here.
The Path to Eradicating Ebola
March 5, 2015
Guidance for UCSF Community Interested in Volunteering
President Barack Obama has asked experienced medical workers to travel to the area to help contain the epidemic. We know that many in the UCSF community are passionate about the need to respond to this crisis. We also want volunteers to be aware of the personal risks and the danger of spreading the disease.
The following guidelines have been drafted to ensure that those who choose to respond have as much training and support as possible, and we strongly recommend that you plan your travel in accordance with these recommendations.
- Chancellor Sam Hawgood's message to the UCSF community
- Guidance for UCSF Faculty, Staff and Trainees Planning to Assist in the Response to the Ebola Epidemic in West Africa
- Frequently Asked Questions
- UCSF Ebola Response Traveler Checklist [PDF]
- How to Donate Vacation Days to Volunteers
For further questions, contact [email protected].
UCSF Medical Center Preparedness
Although there are no confirmed or suspected cases of Ebola Virus Disease in California, the University of California Office of the President has informed the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) that all five UC Medical Centers, including UCSF, are positioned to provide care for Californians who have confirmed cases of Ebola, if necessary.
The state health administration said it will support the hospitals in meeting this public health need.
Support the Emergency Ebola Response
There are many options for people who would like to make a financial contribution to help address the Ebola crisis. Learn more about ways to support work by UCSF and other organizations in combatting global infectious diseases.