Maladie à virus ebola

La maladie à virus Ebola est une maladie virale aiguë naturellement présente dans les forêts d'Afrique tropicale qui se transmet uniquement par contact rapproché. Elle est souvent mortelle chez l’Homme.

Mis à jour le 24 juin 2019

Publications

Retrouvez ici les dernières publications scientifiques relatives aux études et travaux menés par Santé publique France

  • 10 avr. 2019
    magazines/revues
    Et la santé, on dit quoi ? N°16 - Décembre 2014 - L'afro magazine gratuit
  • 1 mars 2018
    article
    The French Infectious Diseases Society's readiness and response to epidemic or biological risk the current situation following the Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus and Ebola virus disease alerts
  • 3 janv. 2018
    article
    Improving mapping for Ebola response through mobilising a local community with self-owned smartphones: Tonkolili District, Sierra Leone, January 2015
  • 1 déc. 2017
    article
    Strengthened Ebola surveillance in France during a major outbreak in West Africa: March 2014-January 2016
  • 1 mai 2017
    article
    Ebola management centre proximity associated with reduced delays of healthcare of Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) patients, Tonkolili, Sierra Leone, 2014-15
  • 29 mars 2017
    article
    Evaluation of contact tracing activities during the Ebola virus disease outbreak in Guinea, 2015
  • 31 août 2016
    article
    Impact and lessons learned from mass drug administrations of malaria chemoprevention during the Ebola outbreak in Monrovia, Liberia, 2014
  • 18 avr. 2016
    article
    Public health structures attendance during the Ebola outbreak in Guéckédou, Guinea
  • 1 mars 2016
    article
    Successful control of Ebola Virus Disease: analysis of service based data from rural Sierra Leone.