Louise O’Keefe discusses the role of nursing in the Ebola crisis

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Huntsville, AL (WHNT) When it comes down to it, the front lines of patient care in the healthcare system are the nurses.  Since the recent outbreak of Ebola in America, health care providers are really having to make sure they follow procedure to the letter to protect themselves.

This week in Leadership Perspectives we talked to Louise O’Keefe, a nursing professor at UA Huntsville, about the procedures involved in the healthcare system,  the fear of a larger scale outbreak, and how the healthcare system is working to inform and educate the public about this epidemic.

Watch the four part interview here:

 

 

 

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