04 Aug 2021

Aspects of Travel Health online workshops

A series of two hour workshops for health professionals Aspects of Travel Health online workshops

We are excited to announce the relaunch of NaTHNaC’s 'Current Aspects of Travel Health' training as a series of 2 hour online workshops.

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a huge impact on travel health services. You may be feeling out of practice with the basics. Perhaps you are lacking confidence regarding adding COVID travel guidance to the consultation or advising travellers with complex health needs?

The workshops are designed around the frequently asked questions to our advice line and will provide a refresher for those with some travel health experience. For those who are new to providing travel health services, the workshops can be used as an introduction to the current guidance and advice.

The new look workshops will be based on a single scenario covering travel health related topics. Initially the focus will be on travellers with special health needs. The first workshops will be held on:

  • Friday 17 September 12.30 to 14.30 (log in at 12.20) Scenario: Pregnant traveller visiting friends and family
  • Thursday 14 October 14.00 to 16.00 (log in at 13.50) Scenario: Travel with children

Further dates and sessions will be announced for Winter 2021 and Spring 2022 in the coming months based on demand.

The fee per workshop is £25 per person and places will be capped at 20 delegates to allow a small group learning experience. Please note, spaces are limited on a first come basis. Workshops will be interactive and held via Zoom. Delegates will need a computer with a camera and microphone.

To check availability, please contact uclh.nathnac@nhs.net and indicate which workshop you would like to attend. You will then be provided with a login account to the online NaTHNaC Training Portal to book and pay for your place(s) using card payment only. Once places are booked, you will receive email confirmation and a receipt from Sagepay. Course fees are non-refundable and non-transferable.

We hope you will join us for what looks set to be an interesting and lively discussion.

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