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- Principles and Practice of Travel Medicine
- Tropical Medicine (TRMD)
- Manual of Travel Medicine
For readers interested in the PDF version, the document is available for download or viewing:. PHAC acknowledges that the advice and recommendations set out in this statement are based upon the best current available scientific knowledge and medical practices, and is disseminating this document for information purposes to both travellers and the medical community caring for travellers. Persons administering or using drugs, vaccines, or other products should also be aware of the contents of the product monograph s or other similarly approved standards or instructions for use.
Principles and Practice of Travel Medicine
For readers interested in the PDF version, the document is available for download or viewing:. PHAC acknowledges that the advice and recommendations set out in this statement are based upon the best current available scientific knowledge and medical practices, and is disseminating this document for information purposes to both travellers and the medical community caring for travellers.
Persons administering or using drugs, vaccines, or other products should also be aware of the contents of the product monograph s or other similarly approved standards or instructions for use. Recommendations for use and other information set out herein may differ from that set out in the product monograph s or other similarly approved standards or instructions for use by the licensed manufacturer s.
Manufacturers have sought approval and provided evidence as to the safety and efficacy of their products only when used in accordance with the product monographs or other similarly approved standards or instructions for use. The goal of this document is to provide both the novice and the experienced travel medicine practitioner with a comprehensive, though not exhaustive, list of resources.
Resources that appear to be most used by health professionals currently practising this specialty have been included. The collection has been divided into sections based mainly on the type of medium. A survey was used as one determinant of inclusion of the many books, journals, Web sites, and conferences. These are, respectively, an international and a Canadian e-mail discussion forum for travel medicine practitioners.
In addition, the opinions of experts in travel medicine were solicited, and Internet searches were performed to identify resources. The resources listed are international. However, we have paid particular attention to Canadian sources of information.
These will often be more accessible to Canadian practitioners and will reflect common practice in this country. Travel and tropical medicine frequently overlap. The intent of this document is to focus on travel medicine. Tropical medicine resources are cited mainly when they regularly include travel medicine material. In addition, the final section of the paper provides an annotated bibliography of tropical medicine resources for health practitioners planning to work in the developing world.
The reader will find a number of references to Web sites. These URL addresses should be correct at the time of writing, though invariably some will change or be removed. The Alberta Association of Travel Health Professionals Conference is held annually in the late spring, continuing for 1.
Nationally and internationally known speakers. International medicine and tropical diseases. Cindy Lundy, RN www. Held over 1. The intended audience is physicians, nurses, and pharmacists. Continuing medical education CME credits are offered to physician specialists, general practitioners, and pharmacists. Includes recent advances in the field of travel medicine as well as practical advice on the counselling of international travellers, including special needs groups. Usually held every 2 years.
Conference on the Health of International Travellers. Held in the fall of each year, usually 2 days' duration. Canadian and international speakers, good review of current topics. Because of its relatively small size, presenters are often more accessible for questions. French is an asset but not essential. McGill University Tropical Medicine course.
Usually 3days in duration, focusing on tropical medicine but with travel medicine content as well. Held in the spring of even years. Particularly useful for those who are also seeing travellers after their return. Kelly Glover - kelly. The above list includes regularly scheduled meetings only. For a current list of upcoming Canadian conferences, both regularly held and otherwise, consult the Public Health Agency of Canada's Travel Medicine Program. Thisis the largest of the travel medicine meetings, generally lasting 5 days.
It is held in the spring of odd years. The location varies. Plenary sessions and a wide choice of concurrent meetings cover the gamut of travel medicine topics. Travel and International Medicine Course. Held biannually in Seattle, Washington. This has been described as a thorough conference for those newer to travel medicine.
Primarily tropical medicine with some travel medicine content. A comprehensive listing of upcoming international travel medicine conferences can be found at the ISTM Web site.
Topography should also be shown, so that a general idea of altitude is obtainable. Note: Recommendations from the following sources, particularly regarding malaria prophylaxis, do not always completely agree with each other. Canadian Immunization Guide, Produced by the National Advisory Committee on Immunization NACI , this book provides Canadian recommendations and guidelines for all vaccines licensed for use in this country.
It deals comprehensively with problematic situations such as immunizing immunosuppressed travellers. Available from the Canadian Public Health Association new edition pending.
Health Information for International Travel. Generally regarded as a very useful resource to have on hand. Included are US malaria prophylaxis recommendations, international yellow fever requirements and recommendations, and information on vaccine use from a US perspective. Particularly useful for its malaria recommendations and international requirements for yellow fever vaccine. Published yearly. A very useful feature is the collection of malaria maps showing the endemic areas within countries, for which a knowledge of French is not needed.
World Malaria Risk Chart. Part of a package that includes a booklet of physicians around the world. This chart is particularly detailed regarding malaria distribution within countries, by season and by altitude. Produced by the American Academy of Pediatrics. The Redbook has chapters on international travel and adoption. Journal of Travel Medicine. The official journal of the International Society of Travel Medicine.
Members automatically receive this publication, devoted mainly to travel medicine with some tropical medicine. Canadian Medical Association Journal occasionally has travel medicine material of interest to Canadian practitioners. Journal of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene , primarily tropical medicine but with some travel medicine content. Travmed , a Canadian travel medicine e-mail discussion forum - open to Canadian travel medicine practitioners.
Travelmed , international travel medicine e-mail discussion forum - open to members of the International Society of Travel Medicine. These programs provide detailed assistance for any itinerary. The user inputs the requested travel information. The program displays its recommendations regarding immunizations, malaria prophylaxis, and advice for the traveller. Generally, these programs can be very helpful for the novice in the field. The expert will already know much of this and will be more interested in fine-tuning recommendations, something for which these products may be less helpful.
Gideon - Primarily a tropical and infectious disease diagnostic program but includes detailed epidemiologic information on travel-related diseases. It is highly recommended that the practitioner stay current regarding disease outbreaks of importance to travellers. We reccmmend that the reader subscribe to the following two e-mail services and regularly log on to the third, which is Web-based. Promed , at this time perhaps the most frequently used disease outbreak e-mail service.
Past outbreak reports are available on the Promed Web site. These reports are timely but generally not confirmed. Note: Because of the very large number of travel medicine Web sites, this section emphasizes Canadian sites of interest. The links sections of several of the listed sites provide access to the broad range of international Web pages. National Reference Centre for Parasitology , reference diagnostic service in serology for parasitic diseases. International Society of Travel Medicine , international links to travel medicine recommendations, travel advisories, vaccine resources, surveillance, and country information.
Pan-American Health Organization, country profiles and core health data; malaria maps for Latin America. Holds annual conferences and yearly telemedicine meetings on travel medicine between rural and urban practitioners in Manitoba. The International Society of Travel Medicine holds a Certificate of Knowledge examination, usually in conjunction with the biannual conference.
Successful candidates are awarded a certificate attesting to proficiency in travel medicine. Principles of Medicine in Africa ,3 rd ed. Mansons Tropical Diseases ,21 st ed. Cook pages, W. Clinical Tuberculosis ,2 nd ed. Essential Malariology , 4th ed. Also many black and white plates and figures.
Tropical Medicine (TRMD)
The knowledge base of Travel Medicine and the opportunities for disease control and elimination are being currently developed and described. As new threats emerge i. Epidemiology It is estimated that more than 1 billion travelers, including Whether related to tourism, humanitarian efforts, military leave, or globalization of industry, travelers are at increased health risk. The CDC approximates that 30 to 60 percent of these travelers, an estimated 15 million people, become ill due to their travels [3, 4] Read more
This second edition of Principles and Practice of Travel Medicine has been extensively updated to provide a comprehensive description of travel medicine and is.
This course provides a foundation of knowledge about the human body in health and disease. It gives an overview of important concepts of the biological mechanisms of disease at the cellular, individual, and societal levels. At the cellular level, the course summarized DNA and cellular function, genomics, immunology, and vaccination.
Medical tourism is the term commonly used to describe international travel for the purpose of receiving medical care. Medical tourism is a worldwide, multibillion-dollar market that continues to grow. Surveillance data indicate that millions of US residents travel internationally for medical care each year. Common categories of procedures that US medical tourists pursue include dental care, noncosmetic surgery such as orthopedic surgery , cosmetic surgery, fertility treatments, organ and tissue transplantation, and cancer treatment. When reviewing the risks associated with medical tourism, travelers should consider both the procedure and destination.
Manual of Travel Medicine
It seems that you're in Germany. We have a dedicated site for Germany. Authors: Torresi , J. The fourth edition of this well received book provides an authoritative and up-to-date resource to support good practice in travel medicine, a field that has evolved substantially in recent years. Concretely, there has been intensified monitoring of health problems among travelers, as well as extensive research efforts, which have led to the development of evidence-based approaches to the field.
I write because I enjoy doing so, but also to provide support for those delivering travel services. Click on any of the image below for further details on recent publications, some of which have been written in collaboration with other experts in the field of travel medicine. Click to download the pdf. Click to buy from Amazon.
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. At this time when travel is disrupted, members of the NaTHNaC clinical team will focus on the current COVID related issues faced by health professionals advising those who are legally allowed to travel. We will also highlight the resources available and consider the challenges of keeping up to date with COVID related travel issues. This event is only available on the day and will not be available after the event. More opportunities to join these events will follow in the coming months. Online short course designed for health professionals who are new to undertaking risk assessment in the travel health consultation or experienced and looking for a refresher.
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