Future Travel Medicine Practice in the Wake of Covid-19

Future Travel Medicine Practice in the Wake of Covid-19

06 November 2020


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  • COVID-19 has had a major impact on the travel and tourism industry. Not surprisingly it has also had an effect for travel medicine practice. However, although green shoots are beginning it is unlikely that practice will be as it was. This year’s virtual annual symposium will take place on the afternoon of the 6th November 2020 and will explore themes related to the future of travel medicine post COVID-19.

    Highlights include a perspective from the UK Government, and presentations on re-setting travel medicine services, COVID-19 vaccine development, the collateral damage caused by COVID-19, the practical issues facing travel medicine services and managing travellers needs and what the consequences are for International Health Regulations. The afternoon will end with a moderated session by a well known travel journalist considering the future and sustainability of the travel industry.

    This meeting is initiated and funded by Emergent Biosolutions. The company is presenting a session at the meeting but has had no input into the remainder of the educational content which has been developed independently by the Faculty of Travel Medicine at the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow.

    Suitable for:

    • Travel Medicine Nurses
    • Travel Healthcare Professionals
    • Travel Medicine Doctors
    • Travel Medicine Pharmacist

    Thanks to our sponsors

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    Member Registrations £25
    Non-Member Registrations £35
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Closing date: 06 November 2020


Laura McNally
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