Participants from across the country gathered at the Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality to create a series of Web-based learning modules for health care workers on how to properly use personal protective equipment (PPE) when caring for a patient at risk of Ebola virus disease.
Camera crews worked to capture every step in the process of developing the training, including focused discussions among experts.
Participants practice procedures for taking off PPE, as recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
After practicing wearing and removing PPE, participants drafted scripts for the various videos for the training.
Participants discuss how to best portray the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines on using PPE in a series of interactive training modules.
After relocating to a production studio, participants rehearse their scripts and are then filmed for the training they developed for health care workers on how to properly use PPE around patients at risk of Ebola.