This briefing note provides background knowledge on the psychosocial aspects related to Ebola and suggests psychosocial support activities that can be implemented. The messages can be helpful for all staff and volunteers who are in contact with patients, relatives and feel the strain of working and living during the epidemic. The briefing is aimed both at those working in any capacity with those affected by Ebola including staff and volunteers and for the trained psychosocial responders who are implementing psychosocial activities and interventions for those affected including staff and volunteers.

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