Ebola film aims to educate medical community

Coutesy of Consulcesi Club
Falcon Production and Consulcesi Club said Wednesday they have created a film on the Ebola virus and what medical professionals are facing in an outbreak situation.

The film, "E-bola: On the Trail of Epidemic," combines scientifically accurate information and dramatic filmmaking to offer an educational experience for both the medical community and the public at large.

Consulcesi Club said the film aims to be able to help in the training and education of medical professionals and help them be able to obtain continuing medical education (CME) credits.

The National Hospital for Infectious Diseases, the University of Sapienza and the Italian Ministry of Health said the film is scientifically accurate.
There is additional material combined with the film that is adequate to be able to count as a course for CME credits from the National Agency for Regional Health Services.
The production company has made the film free to view with registration at www.ebola-movie.com.
The Ebola outbreak in West Africa has been the largest known outbreak of the disease since its discovery in 1976. There have been over 27,000 suspected cases with over 15,000 of those having laboratory confirmation. Over 11,000 people have died in this outbreak.