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What the Heck is Ebola??

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Rebecca Timmons

on 3 December 2014

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What the Heck is Ebola??
Group 2: Mario Campos, Maurice Golden, Gabriela Minott, Rebecca Timmons, Elizabeth White
Problem?
In September of 2014, Ebola became a concern for Americans not just west African countries, as the first case of Ebola reached U.S. soil.

Do Western Michigan University student's know what Ebola is, how it's spread, what's being done and how to protect themselves?
What the heck is Ebola?
Rare and deadly virus caused by infection with a strain of the Ebola virus.

AKA Ebola Hemorrhagic Fever
Transmission?
Ebola is spread through direct contact with blood and bodily fluids of a person infected Ebola. Large droplets can be suspended in air and transferred through the air.
Signs & Symptoms
Severe headache
Fever above 102
Fatigue
Muscle Pain
Vomiting
Diarrhea
Unexplained hemorrhaging
Attend an Ebola info session on
WMU
Campus
Register online to participate in one of our free informational session, just choose E-bola of cereal or ice cream!

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1s5_yYBdWCI-KXAjaluC97lpkO2suvKnckcgAHi4J2eI/edit?usp=sharing


WMU
Goal
Our group want Western Michigan University students to be informed on the facts of Ebola. If there was a outbreak in west Michigan student's should feel confident on how to protect themselves and who to contact.
Strategy
Pre-informational survey of knowledge on Ebola
Two informational sessions
Post informational session survey

Tactics
Advertisement
Location
Food
Budget
Advertisement -Flyers $50.00 (unlimited flyers)
Location- Bigelow Cafe (secondary spill)
Food-$6.75 per 100 students Total =$725.00
October 20: Create the survey
October 29: Survey open online to the public
November 3: Distribution of surveys on campus
November 7: Last day of the survey open to the public
Timeline
Timeline
November 11: Create flyers and distribute throughout WMU campus
November 14: Start open registration for informational meetings
November 18: End registration for informational meetings
November 20: Informational Meeting
November 25: Informational Meeting
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