See also the Patient UK page on immunisation and the pages on travel-related conditions, eg DVT, malaria, typhoid, yellow fever, etc.
Information from the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists.
Information from Chest, Heart and Stroke Scotland.
Information from the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA).
A charitable, not for profit organisation, the Foundation operates a Blood Care Programme, which is designed to provide screened blood, in an emergency, to its members in any part of the world.
Information from NHS Choices.
Advice and information for disabled and mobility restricted passengers travelling through UK Airports.
Information from the NHS Scotland.
Information from GOV.UK.
Information from the Electrical Safety Council.
Information from the British Lung Foundation.
Information from British Airways.
Provides an online tool to establish if malaria is a risk on a trip and allows travellers to get any antimalarials they may need - either online, with mail order delivery, or from pharmacies or clinics using the knowmalaria service.
Commissioned by Public Health England, NaTHNaC seeks to improve the quality of travel health advice given by GP practices, travel clinics, pharmacies and other healthcare providers, and provide up-to-date and reliable information for the traveller, travel industry and national government.
Provides travellers with clothing, equipment, books and maps, medical supplies and vaccinations.
An Australian company which provides reliable and properly maintained travel medicine software products for health professionals and intending international travellers.
An interactive web site providing travel health information for UK travellers and customised medical kits for expeditions, global adventure travellers and holiday makers.
Practical advice and reviewed links to web pages and resources on travel health and medicine. Recommended for those travelling abroad for business and pleasure.
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