Emerging Infectious Diseases
We surveyed public health co-workers regarding attitudes toward a physician who returned to New Hampshire after volunteering in the West African Ebola outbreak. An unexpectedly large (18.0%) proportion of staff expressed discomfort with the Ebola responder returning to work. Employers should take proactive steps to address employee fears and concerns.
Dartmouth Digital Commons Citation
Chan, Benjamin P.; Daly, Elizabeth R.; and Talbot, Elizabeth A., "Workplace Safety Concerns among Co-workers of Responder Returning from Ebola-Affected Country" (2015). Open Dartmouth: Published works by Dartmouth faculty. 3879.