New to travel health course

Jane Chiodini - Travel Health Specialist Nurse
Delivery Method: Face-to-face

Travel Health is a complex field of practice, travellers are visiting further afield and undertaking increasingly adventurous activities. The practice of travel medicine is predominantly undertaken by Practice Nurses in Primary Care settings. Training is essential and this two day course is designed to prepare you in the foundations of the subject. This course would also be suitable for healthcare professionals who plan to undertake travel health in settings other than primary care. Led by Jane Chiodini* the course is held with a gap between the two days, allowing you time to put some of the learning into practice, then return for more teaching, but also consolidate day one and discuss any issues that you have.

Please note: course attendees will be provided with some personal learning tasks which is recommended to be undertaken between the two one day courses. This work would comprise approximately 4-6 hours of learning time but is optional.

It is also advised to review the short e learning module (item no. 2 below) which will take approximately 30 minutes (or longer if you want to browse all the resources).

  1. To read an article entitled "New to travel health? - How to get started" - Click here.
  2. To undertake a short eLearning module to "Understand what travel medicine is" - Click here.

2018 dates

Please note that from 2017, this course will take a blended approach where a module of e-learning is required to be undertaken between the first and second days of the course. This will comprise approximately 4 hours of learning and is designed to help the learner put theory into practice. Details will be given on day one of the course.

  • 4th April and 25th May 2018
  • 4th June and 9th July 2018

Course Content

Day 1 (9.30am to 4.30pm)

  • Introduction to travel medicine
  • Tools and resources available
  • The importance of travel risk assessment
  • Overview of travel related diseases and their prevention, including travel vaccines
  • Exercises provided to put concepts into practice at work

Day 2 (9.30am to 4.30pm)

  • Recap on day 1 and work undertaken in the interim period
  • Legal issues and responsibilities of the nurse undertaking travel medicine
  • Malaria
  • Practical tips to put learning into action
  • Where to go from here...

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