Performance Improvement 2013-2014. What Was the Worker Training on Key Metrics of Monkeypox Surveillance in an Area Endemic for the Disease?


The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention evaluated health worker training on key metrics of Monkeypox surveillance in an area where Monkeypox is endemic. Health care worker knowledge of key concepts in the Monkeypox training curriculum was assessed, and participant feedback was collected on their ability to perform surveillance tasks.

The Monkeypox curriculum developed for this initiative was effective in transferring knowledge and was associated with improved detection of human Monkeypox cases. 

Report Title: Enhancing Health Care Worker Ability To Detect and Care for Patients With Monkeypox, Democratic Republic of the Congo
Agency Sponsor: CDC, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Federal Contact: Thomas Chapel, 404-639-2116
Performer: CDC Intramural
Record ID: 10205 (June 30, 2013)  

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