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TheTravelHealthAcademy


Academy dates: 29 March - Croydon 17 April - Hertfordshire 24 April - Cambridge 26 April - Preston 1 May - Manchester


The Travel Health Academy is a series of medical education events designed for primary healthcare professionals who are regularly involved in providing travel health services.


Following the success of the 2011 programme, we are holding a further 17 one-day seminars at locations across the country. Each event is completely free of charge. Reserve your place online now by going to thetravelhealthacademy.co.uk or by emailing crucell@dynamail.co.uk.


2 May - Swindon 9 May - Liverpool 22 May - Dartford 29 May - Derby 31 May - London 12 June - Chelmsford


Alternatively, you can call Rebecca Pegg on 0207 214 0598. The day, which starts at 9.30am and ends at 3.45pm, is split into two parts. In the morning, expert speakers give presentations on the key issues, including: ‘risk assessment’; ‘treatment and prevention’; ‘hot topics in Malaria’; ‘fi nancial best practice’; and ‘precautions, contraindications and side effects’. In the afternoon, delegates form into groups to participate in case study analyses,


14 June - Cardiff 20 June - Brighton 26 June - Hull 3 July - Edinburgh 10 July - Birmingham 18 Sept - Taunton


aided by interactive technology and guided by the experts. The venues will be confi rmed shortly.


However, places are very limited, with only 80 available at each event. You can make sure you don’t miss out and reserve your place now by calling Rebecca Pegg on 0207 214 0598 or emailing crucell@dynamail.co.uk All meetings are fully funded by Crucell UK.


Crucell UK has had input into the meeting agenda and content.


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