PRE-TRAVEL PROVIDERS' RAPID EVALUATION PORTAL
Up-to-date and trip-specific advice for your international travelers
VIDEO: HEADING HOME HEALTHY
A short video with health and safety tips for international travel
HEADING HOME HEALTHY
A description of the program and a brief discussion of traveler's health.
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Clinical updates and population and destination-specific information for your travelers, provided by the CDC.
Heading Home Healthy Informational Posters and Handouts
poster #1 (English,Spanish, French)
Brochure ( English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, Creole)
Travel Health and Safety Posters and Handouts
Food Safety (English,Spanish, French)
Malaria facts for travelers (English, French, Somali)
Preventing malaria and mosquito bites (English, French, Somali)
Mosquito-borne diseases (English,Spanish, French)
Measles (English,Spanish, French)
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COVID-19 RESOURCES AVAILABLE FOR ORGANIZATIONS SERVING REFUGEE, IMMIGRANT, AND MIGRANT COMMUNITIES
While COVID-19 is a public health threat to the entire US population, there is growing evidence that the outbreak disproportionately affects some populations, including certain communities of refugees, immigrants and migrants (RIM).
The National Resource Center for Refugees, Immigrants, and Migrants (NRC-RIM) shares our commitment to actively addressing disparities that RIM communities face. The center is funded by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to provide assistance and resources to state and local health departments working with these communities as they navigate the COVID-19 pandemic. They collaborate with existing groups to bring public health knowledge and expertise to one centralized place.
Their first set of resources is available online at no cost:
For more information, visit their website, sign up for their newsletter, and follow them on Twitter or Facebook. Please consider exploring these resources and sharing them among your networks and communities.
Travel Health Alerts
CDC recommends that travelers avoid all nonessential international travel: More info.
Measles is still common in many parts of the world. Unvaccinated international travelers can bring measles back to the U.S. Measles is highly contagious and can be life threatening but there is a simple and safe way to prevent the disease – vaccination! The CDC recommends all travelers be fully vaccinated against measles before departure.
View this month's Travel Health Newsletter.
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EDUCATIONAL WEBINARS ON MALARIA AND TRAVEL MEDICINE
From the Office of Faculty Development, Albert Einstein College of Medicine-Montefiore Medical Center With support from Global TravEpiNet (GTEN)
Treatment of Malaria in a Non-Endemic Region: Artesunate and Beyond - July 13, 2021
Preparing Your Traveler to Go Home in 2021 - July 21, 2021
Artesunate: Past, Present, and Future - August 5, 2021
Preparing your Immunocompromised Patient for Travel: Not Just a Routine Travel Visit #1- September 10, 2021
Preparing your Immunocompromised Patient for Travel: Not Just a Routine Travel Visit #2- September 10, 2021
Malaria and Prevention - So You Want to Do Travel Medicine? - October 6, 2021
ABCs of Starting a Travel Clinic - October 6, 2021
Update on Vaccines - October 6, 2021
Developing a Career in Travel Medicine: A Panel Discussion - October 6, 2021
Preparing the Traveler with Special Needs to Go Abroad - October 6, 2021
Travelers’ Diarrhea - October 6, 2021