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Travel medicine is continually evolving and as new diseases emerge it is important that Travel Health professionals are aware of these developments.
Travel, Tropical and Geographical Medicine is an ever growing specialty. Around 2.4 million kiwis travel each year, and Primary Care Practitioners are usually the first port of call.
As global outbreaks occur regularly, vaccine requirements, travel health disease treatment and appropriate medication requirements for travel constantly change, it is vital for Health Professionals to be updated so they can correctly advise their patients
Current topics available to view
- Introduction to Travel Health in the 21st Century (1 hour)
- Vaccine Preventable Diseases 1 (1 hour 10 mins)
- Yellow Fever, Epidemiology and Clinical Features (30 mins)
- Yellow Fever Vaccination (30 mins)
- Rabies - an Update (1 hour)
- Vaccine Preventable Diseases 2 (1 hour)
- Travellers Diarrhoea (1 hour)
This 6-part series is designed to assist in preparation for the Certificate in Travel Health (CTH) examination and for ongoing Travel Medicine professional education. We encourage you to attend the full series - however individual session enrollment is permitted.
If you have a trip booked to a destination where there is threat of the Zika virus and are not sure what you should do, we can provide you with all the latest details to help you make an informed decision. Book in for a Zika consultation at our Worldwise Auckland clinic.
Each year, James Cook University in Townsville, Australia recognises those who have made an outstanding contribution in their field of endeavour through an 'Outstanding Alumni Award' programme. A big congrats to Dr Marc Shaw, who has Just this morning, received his award for his outstanding contribution to Travel Medicine!!