13 Jul 2016

Location, Location, Location: the world through a camera lens

TravelHealthPro is looking for striking and original travel images for our website Location, Location, Location: the world through a camera lens

Are you a traveller with a passion for photography? Want to share your best shots and connect with a wider audience?

TravelHealthPro is looking for striking and original travel images for our website.

Interested? Here’s what to do next:

  • Pick photos that reflect the spirit of your favourite destinations. We’re not looking for photos featuring you and friends or random strangers - choose images that capture a country’s unique culture and inspire other travellers.
  • Send your photos to travelhealthpro@uclh.nhs.uk.
  • Include your name, the location and any other relevant information.

Photos must be your own work and should not have been shown on any other websites.

You keep copyright of your submissions at all times and will always be credited by name alongside any photos used on our website. We will not use your photos for any other purpose or pass them to another organisation or to a different website.

By submitting your photos, you are giving NaTHNaC permission to display your images on the TravelHealthPro website.

About us

TravelHealthPro is the website of the National Travel Health Network and Centre (NaTHNaC). We were set up by the Department of Health in 2002, with the broad aim of Protecting the Health of British Travellers. We are commissioned by Public Health England and hosted by University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. We also work in partnership with our other network founders: the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and the Hospital for Tropical Diseases.

Yellow fever outbreak in Brazil: Update

Risk areas expanded further to include whole of Rio de Janeiro state, Sao Paulo state excluding Sao Paulo city and new areas in Bahia state Read more

Updated yellow fever chapter published

An updated yellow fever chapter of Immunisation and infectious disease has been published Read more

Yellow fever cases in travellers

European travellers visiting yellow fever risk regions in South America Read more

Schistosomiasis reminder for travellers

Schistosomiasis cases in a group of Belgian travellers who visited South Africa Read more

Zika virus risk: updated country classifications

World Health Organization country risk classifications are published; UK guidance remains the same as these new classifications are reviewed Read more
Back to Top

VIEW FULL INDEX