On March 9, Susan Michaels-Strasser, PhD, MPH, RN, FAAN, senior director of human resources for health development at ICAP, spoke on two segments on MSNBC. Video of the evening segment is available on the MSNBC site.
“From the Ebola response, we know [self-quarantine] works. When I was in Sierra Leone, there were two periods of two-day lock-downs, and it really helped. It allowed health workers and epidemiologists to get ahead of things. We slowed down the rate of transmission.”