‘Getting to grips with vaccine scheduling challenges’ webinar video available

The recording of the vaccine scheduling challenges webinar on 25 January 2024 now added to TravelHealthPro
‘Getting to grips with vaccine scheduling challenges’ webinar video available

New for 2024, our team will be hosting regular, free of charge, webinar sessions on Zoom, available to all health professionals interested in travel health.

We will be discussing recent website updates such as our news items, factsheets or country information pages, disease and vaccination changes, or clinical scenarios from our advice line.

There will be a 20 minute presentation followed by time to discuss question. These events will be live but also recorded and made available on TravelHealthPro.

The first session was on 25 January 2024; 'Getting to grips with vaccine scheduling challenges'. A recording of the session is now available.

The next webinar session will be on Thursday 28 March 2024 and the topic will be tick-borne encephalitis. More details to follow.

  1. Recording made available for vaccine scheduling challenges webinar.

  2. Updated page to reflect registration closure.

  3. Registration now open and a link provided.


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