Travel health infographics

Topical infographics offering essential travel health tips and advice for safe and enjoyable trips

NaTHNaC have produced a series of topical infographics for travellers, travel health professionals, the travel industry and any other organisations that advise travellers.

Designed to visually engage travellers and focusing on key points to provide essential soundbites for safe and healthy travel, these infographics cover a range forthcoming international events. They include advice to help prevent common travel-related infections and travel tips to ensure travellers have a trip that is memorable for all the right reasons.

Clinics and the travel industry may find them a useful tool to help disseminate information to travellers and a helpful social media resource.

Olympics 2024

Travel Tips for Students and Backpackers

An infographic on France Olympics 2024 from NaTHNaC
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An infographic on Travel tips for students and backpackers from NaTHNaC
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First published : 07 June 2024 Last updated : 15 July 2024
  1. Euro 2024 infographic removed.

  2. T20 Cricket World Cup infographic removed.

  3. Infographic for student and backpacker travel tips added.

  4. Infographic for the 2024 Olympics added.

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Educational events

A list of courses, conferences and study days of relevance to UK health professionals working, or wishing to work, in the field of travel medicine

Updated: 23 July 2024

Vaccines and medicines: availability, supply, shortages and use of unlicensed medicines

Information for health professionals on availability of vaccines and use of unlicensed products

Updated: 19 July 2024

Country-specific information: Rationale

Epidemiological rationale for recommendations

Updated: 04 July 2024

Infectious diseases

Rabies

Rabies occurs in warm-blooded mammals and is transmitted to humans, most often by a bite or scratch from an infected animal, usually a dog

Updated: 25 March 2019

Chikungunya

This viral infection occurs in some tropical and subtropical regions of the world, predominantly transmitted through the bite of an infected Aedes mosquito

Updated: 02 February 2018

Cholera

Cholera is an acute diarrhoeal disease usually associated with poverty, poor sanitation and inadequate access to clean drinking water

Updated: 26 March 2024


Preparing for healthy travel

Summer travel: advice for students and young holidaymakers

Off on a summer break? See our guide to staying safe and healthy abroad

Updated: 03 June 2024

Insect and tick bite avoidance

Protection from insect and tick bites is essential to help prevent vector-borne diseases such as malaria, yellow fever and Zika

Updated: 21 March 2024

Travel Insurance

Travellers must declare medical conditions when taking out travel insurance to ensure they are suitably covered

Updated: 26 September 2019


Special risk travel/traveller

Mass gatherings

Travel advice for anyone planning to attend a mass gatherings event

Updated: 17 May 2024

Hajj and Umrah

The Ministry of Health of Kingdom of Saudi Arabia issue their requirements and recommendations for Hajj and Umrah annually

Updated: 15 May 2024

Extreme heat

Advice when travelling to areas with extreme heat

Updated: 14 May 2024


Clinic resources

Educational events

A list of courses, conferences and study days of relevance to UK health professionals working, or wishing to work, in the field of travel medicine

Updated: 14 March 2017

Vaccines and medicines: availability, supply, shortages and use of unlicensed medicines

Information for health professionals on availability of vaccines and use of unlicensed products

Updated: 17 October 2022

Travel health infographics

Topical infographics offering essential travel health tips and advice for safe and enjoyable trips

Updated: 07 June 2024

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