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  Living Lab Series Lecture -- Ebola: The Culture of Preparing for and Recovering From Pandemics  
(Greater Washington DC Metro Area)

Dr. Reuben Varghese, director, and Josephine Peters, RN, planning and education chief for Arlington Public Health, will present "Ebola: The Culture of Preparing for and Recovering from Pandemics."

These two Arlington health officials were on the scene when Arlington endured an Ebola scare on Oct. 17, 2014. They will discuss how the situation unfolded, what important lessons were learned, and how this false alarm may impact policy moving forward.

This is the first lecture in the Living Lab Series sponsored by the School of Public and International Affairs.

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Location: 900 N. Glebe Road, 2nd Floor, Arlington, VA 22203
Sponsor: School of Public and International Affairs
Contact: Andrea Morris
E-Mail: andrea.morris@vt.edu
   
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