Nov 02 2015
By Ryan Maguire
Source Office of Communications
On day two of the 2015 Princeton-Fung Global Forum, Tuesday, Nov. 3, in Dublin, Ireland, public health experts, journalists and academics continued conversations about lessons learned from the recent Ebola crisis.
Panels and keynote addresses covering the connections between the Ebola crisis and topics including politics, health care and money led to a final discussion hosted by Dean of the Woodrow Wilson School Cecilia Rouse in which panelists and audience members looked ahead to life after Ebola.
At the end of the two-day global health conference, Princeton University President Christopher L. Eisgruber thanked participants and said, "Conversations have been rich, varied and contested, as they should be." Eisgruber then asked for "the conversations, the actions and commitment" of all who have the power to help those affected by Ebola to continue.
Below, the social media aspect of the 2015 Fung Forum conversation is presented on Storify through the posts of those who attended.