Ebola nurse to return to Sierra Leone - Nursing in Practice

Pauline Cafferkey, the Scottish nurse who survived Ebola, has said she will travel back to Sierra Leone where she contracted the disease to seek 'closure'. 13 April, 2017 11:17 AM | By Alice Harrold. Ebola nurse, Pauline Cafferkey, to return to Sierra ...

International research effort reveals major insights into spread of West African Ebola epidemic - News-Medical.net

An international effort to analyze the entire database of Ebola virus genomes from the 2013-2016 West African epidemic reveals insights into factors that sped or slowed the rampage and calls for using real-time sequencing and data-sharing to contain ...

China's African Affairs Director Commends Sierra Leone - Sierra Express Media

Major successes scored by Sierra Leone ranging from infrastructural development unto putting in place sound economic policies to attract more investments opportunities have been commended by the Lin Songtian, Director General of Department of African ...

Scots Ebola nurse Pauline Cafferkey to return to Sierra Leone - The National

EBOLA nurse Pauline Cafferkey is to return to the country where she caught the killer virus to aid children affected by the epidemic. More than 11,000 people died in the crisis which gripped Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone from 2013-16. Cafferkey's ...

Ebola nurse flying back to find closure - The Times (subscription)

The nurse who nearly died after contracting ebola says she is seeking “closure” by returning to Sierra Leone for the first time since her illness. Pauline Cafferkey, of Cambuslang, Lanarkshire, said she hoped that the fundraising trip next month would ...

Genetic study finds 'perfect storm' behind deadliest Ebola outbreak - News from Tulane

Tulane and the Viral Hemorrhagic Fever Consortium followed the first Ebola patients admitted to the Kenema Government Hospital in Sierra Leone at the beginning of the outbreak in 2014. A combination of densely populated cities and porous borders ...

Viral Genomes Tracked the Ebola Outbreak - Laboratory Equipment

From the first death of a two-year-old boy who had been playing near a bat-filled tree in a small village in Guinea in December 2013, through the epidemic that spread to 28,000 people, the Ebola virus terrified much of the world in its biggest outbreak ...

After 'terrible couple of years', British Ebola nurse seeks 'closure' on return to Sierra Leone - Reuters

Pauline Cafferkey a nurse who volunteered to treat Ebola patients in West Africa, then survived the disease herself, leaves a hearing after being cleared of misconduct charges in Edinburgh, Scotland, Britain September 14 2016. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne.

Ebola nurse Pauline Cafferkey 'looking forward' to going back to Sierra Leone after contracting virus - ITV News

Ebola survivor Pauline Cafferkey says she is "looking forward" to returning to Sierra Leone for the first time since she was struck down with the killer virus. The Scottish nurse told ITV News: "I can't say I'm nervous or anything like that. "I think ...

'Porous borders' may have allowed spread of Ebola, says study - Herald Scotland

Weak border controls and urbanisation could have allowed the Ebola outbreak in west Africa to become so deadly, new analysis suggests. Researchers claim the relatively free movement of people between Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea potentially ...

Study: Real-time data sharing could prevent future epidemics like Ebola - GeekWire

Dr. Gytis Dudas led the study, which was a collaboration of almost one hundred scientists working in 18 countries. (Fred Hutch Photo). The recent Ebola epidemic in West Africa was the most deadly outbreak of the disease ever recorded, infecting 28,000 ...

Ebola nurse says she is going BACK to Sierra Leone for first time since catching deadly virus - Mirror.co.uk

Ebola nurse Pauline Cafferkey is returning to Sierra Leone for the first time since contracting the killer virus there. The Daily Mirror's Pride of Britain winner said she hopes the fundraising trip in May will help to bring “closure” after a “terrible ...

Pauline Cafferkey to return to Africa to seek 'closure' - Nursing Times

Pauline Cafferkey, the UK nurse who contracted ebola fever, has said she plans to return to Sierra Leone next month to help raise funds for children orphaned by the disease and other survivors. She will be going back to the West African where she ...

Scottish nurse Pauline Cafferkey to return to Sierra Leone - The Week UK

The British nurse who contracted Ebola in Sierra Leone is going back for the first time to the west African country where she caught the deadly disease. Fife-born Pauline Cafferkey said the trip would give her "closure in a positive way" as she embarks ...

Sierra Leone News: Stepping-up pleasure and entertainment - Awoko

Welcome to a combination of trendy style with an elegant and historic perspective on Sierra Leone, along the edge of Lumley Beach, On the top of the list of the attractions in Sierra Leone stands the “232 Complex” with its great beauty and history. The ...

Sierra Leone Sports: Salone cricket team loses all three matches - Awoko

Sierra Leone National male cricket team (Patriots) has lost all three matches in the on going ICC/Africa Division One tournament in South Africa. In the first match, played on Friday, Sierra Leone lost to Ghana, 113 runs, Sierra Leone bowled Ghana out ...

Ebola nurse returns to Sierra Leone - The Times (subscription)

Pauline Cafferkey, the nurse who survived Ebola twice, is to return to Sierra Leone for the first time since contracting the life-threatening disease there. Ms Cafferkey, 41, who lives in Cambuslang, South Lanarkshire, said the trip would give her ...

British nurse who caught Ebola in West Africa to return - CTV News

LONDON -- A British nurse who contracted Ebola while working in Sierra Leone hopes to return to the West African country next month. Pauline Cafferkey told BBC she plans a fundraising trip Sierra Leone, and says she hopes the trip will bring her ...

Nurse to gain closure on return to Sierra Leone - The Courier

Ebola nurse Pauline Cafferkey will return to Sierra Leone for the first time since she contracted the killer disease there. The 41-year-old from Fife was volunteering in the West African country when she was struck down and, despite suffering serious ...

Ebola nurse Pauline Cafferkey to return to Sierra Leone - BBC News

Pauline Cafferkey, the Scottish nurse who survived Ebola, is to return to Sierra Leone for the first time since contracting the disease there. She worked as a volunteer in the West African country, where an epidemic killed almost 4,000 people, in 2014.