College congratulates Jane Chiodini on award of MBE

10 Jan 2022

Our College extends warmest congratulations to Mrs Jane Chiodini, former Dean of the Faculty of Travel Medicine, who has been awarded an MBE for services to training and development of travel medicine.

Our College extends warmest congratulations to Mrs Jane Chiodini, former Dean of the Faculty of Travel Medicine, who has been awarded an MBE for services to training and development of travel medicine.

Mrs Chiodini demitted office as Dean of the Faculty in October 2021, but continues to be involved in the development and delivery of the Faculty’s educational programme.

During her time as Dean, Jane was instrumental in leading the publication of the Good Practice Guide for Providing a Travel Health Service, which sets the standards of care for practitioners in travel medicine, and the establishment of the RCPSG Postgraduate Diploma in Travel Medicine and the Professional Development Certificate in Travel Medicine.

Mr Mike McKirdy, College President, said:

“It is wonderful to see Jane’s work and contributions to travel medicine recognised in this way. On behalf of the College I offer our warmest congratulations.”

Dr Sam Allen, Dean of the Faculty of Travel Medicine, said:

“We are immensely proud that Jane Chiodini has been awarded the MBE for ‘services to training and development of travel medicine’. Jane has been an inspirational contributor and leader in the mission of our Faculty to raise the standards and standing of travel medicine. This recognition is so very well deserved and we congratulate Jane on receiving this honour.”

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