02 Dec 2016

Annual Report 2015 - 2016

NaTHNaC publishes its Annual Report 2015 - 2016 Annual Report 2015 - 2016

On 2 December NaTHNaC published its Annual Report 2015 – 2016. The report:

  • names the members of the team and gives details of their different responsibilities
  • explains a breakdown of the finances
  • lists the organisational achievements of the team
  • lists the activities of individual members of staff
  • gives a summary of the highlights of the year

Some key highlights of the year include:

  • 2015-2016 was an exciting year for NaTHNaC. A new Chair, Dr Rima Makarem, was appointed. Rima has strong commercial and strategic skills, which will be welcome as NaTHNaC considers future service development.

  • A major milestone was reached as NaTHNaC launched its new website, which has been well received and is frequently referenced by all our stakeholders. It is receiving increasing traffic, and a new Yellow Fever section is now being developed to support the needs of current and potential registered clinics. E-learning courses aimed at GP practices and nurses are planned for the coming year.

  • With the help of Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine NaTHNaC produces a webinar on Getting to grips with the yellow fever certificate

  • With the evolving Zika virus outbreak 2015/6 was also a busy and challenging year. We worked tirelessly with the UK government, other public bodies and key international players to define travel advice for British travellers to affected areas.  


Malaria cases in Europe - Summer 2017

Information about malaria cases in Europe, Summer 2017, and advice on awareness and prevention Read more

Chikungunya outbreak in Italy – Summer 2017

Advice for travellers and health professionals Read more

Legionnaires’ disease in Dubai

Legionnaires’ disease reported in travellers visiting Dubai Read more

Additional malaria advice for Cape Verde

Following an increase in malaria cases, additional malaria prevention advice for some UK travellers to the capital city of Praia in Cape Verde is recommended Read more
Back to Top