“Excellent course! I will recommend it to others interested in this field. I am opening a travel clinic, so all information presented here is applicable.” Jay Gladstein, M.D., Global Healthcare, Inc., Los Angeles, CA
“This course serves as the spring-board for my career in travel health nursing. Though I have been doing travel consults for some time, I have learned quite of few things that will enhance my travel consultations with my patients.” Sarah Beard, RN, BSN
“Great! This has really helped me as I work with travel patients at an urgent care” Tal Roberts, RN, Boca Regional Urgent Care, Boca Raton FL
TRAVEL HEALTH 101 WEB COURSE
A COURSE FOR HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS: TO LEARN HOW TO PROVIDE TRAVEL HEALTH CARE
THIS WEB COURSE WILL LAUNCH YOU IN PRE-TRAVEL CARE.
Do you want to learn how to provide Pre-Travel Healthcare for international travelers? Do you need to train new staff? Use our Healthcare Provider Web Course to insure that each provider has the same foundation of current travel healthcare knowledge. Our Web Course doesn’t require travel and accommodations. You can earn 5 CME/ 5.7 CNE credits. A $295 fee is required for each attendee. For group pricing within one organization, contact us.
The Travel Health 101™ course is the first web-based introductory course that gives a thorough introduction to the body of knowledge in travel health. The $295 payment covers a single attendee, with 2 months of access to the 6-hour course. Take the course at your own pace, reviewing the subject matter as needed for best learning results. Handouts are included and can be printed out or saved.
This course is an introduction to the basics of providing pre-travel healthcare, but is also a great refresher course. Topics covered include: Geographical Risks, Pre-travel Assessment, Vaccines / Vaccine Administration, Insect-borne Diseases, Counseling Travelers, Health Care Abroad and resources as well as patient case studies. Lynne Bunnell is available by email or phone if people have questions while taking the course, a fact that enriches the program. Lynne has taught seminars since the mid-90s on how to start a travel clinic so she has been perfecting the course content for years. Changes are made as vaccine information changes and a complete update is done yearly.
CME: This activity, Travel Health 101, has been reviewed and is acceptable for up to 5 Prescribed CME credit(s) by the American Academy of Family Physicians.
CNE: This continuing nursing education (5.7 CNE) activity was approved by the American Association of Occupational Health Nurses (AAOHN), an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation