Educational events

A list of courses, conferences and study days of relevance to UK health professionals working, or wishing to work, in the field of travel medicine Educational events

From NaTHNaC

Current Aspects of Travel Health

A one day course designed as an update for health professionals already working in travel health. This small group, interactive course is designed around the common questions to our advice line, along with latest developments from research and guidelines to ensure you are up to date with best practise.
Dates: more dates to follow in 2020
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Two day 'Current Aspects' course for those new to Travel Health

A two day, small group, interactive course designed for health professionals who are new to working in travel health. 
Dates: more dates to follow
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NaTHNaC Webinar Series- Getting to Grips with Dilemmas in Practice

NaTHNaC provided a pilot series of three live webinars in 2018 to discuss common clinical queries to the NaTHNaC Health Professional Advice Line.
Dates: TBC
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Risk Assessment in the Travel Health Consultation: An Introduction

Online short module designed for health professionals who are new to undertaking risk assessment in the travel health consultation.
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Professional Diploma in Travel Health (Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine developed with NaTHNaC)

Online course comprising four modules - the diploma can be completed between 6-24 months on a part-time online basis. Various start dates
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Stand-alone modules

  • Travel Vaccinations: Principles and Practice
    Online course, 5 weeks
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The following courses, conferences and study days listed are not necessarily endorsed by NaTHNaC:

British Global Travel Health Association (BGTHA)

ABC of Travel Health online training

Ten online short modules for those new to travel health.
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Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine

Professional Diploma in Travel Health (developed with NaTHNaC)

Online course comprising four modules - the diploma can be completed between 6-24 months on a part-time online basis. Various start dates.
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Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons Glasgow

Future Travel Medicine Practice in the Wake of COVID-19

This year’s virtual annual symposium will explore themes related to the future of travel medicine post COVID-19.
Date: 6 November 2020
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Online module on FGM

E-learning to help professionals identify those at risk of FGM, the module also highlights practical ways to discuss this sensitive subject with patients.
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Travel Medicine: lunch-time learning  

A series of lunchtime webinars lasting up to 90 minutes.
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International conferences

The 8th Northern European Conference on Travel Medicine (NECTM8)

Date: Postponed
Venue: Rotterdam, The Netherlands
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First Published :   14 Mar 2017
Last Updated :   07 Aug 2020

COVID-19: resources

Current coronavirus advice from NaTHNaC, PHE and FCDO, with links to international information sources Read more

Country specific information - Rationale

Epidemiological rationale for recommendations Read more

Risk assessment / Risk management checklist

This example form shows the type of detail required to inform risk assessment and to record risk management Read more

Useful sites

A selection of useful sites/resources for travel health professionals Read more

Malaria resources

Resources on prevention and management of malaria Read more
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