- 14 - 25 November 2022
- 150 EUR
- Online - asynchronous with two live, 1-hour sessions
- Two weeks
Pre-registration is closed.
Pre-Travel Consultation for International Travelers complements the training of health professionals who provide Pre-Travel consultation and carry out Pre-Travel risk assessment.
This fully online, two-week course covers the following modules:
- Initial risk assessment in pre-travel consultation
- Traveler’s immunizations
- Malaria counseling in travelers
- General travel advice and environmental hazards
- Innovation and digital health
- Practical case scenarios
The course is designed for health professionals (especially doctors and nurses) in clinical practice with interest in pre-travel advice to international travelers. Participants who complete all course requirements will receive a certificate of participation from ISGlobal.
Dr Jose Muñoz is a medical doctor specialized in internal medicine and infectious diseases. Having worked as a physician and researcher in Ivory Coast and Mozambique, he is now employed at the Hospital Clinic-Barcelona Institute for Global Health (ISGlobal). His work here focuses on clinical and epidemiological research of tropical imported diseases among travelers and immigrants and neglected tropical diseases, in particular Chagas disease and helminthiases.
Dr Muñoz has taught in the Master of International Health at the University of Barcelona since 2005 and he is currently a lecturer in the Master of Global Health of ISGlobal-University of Barcelona. He also teaches several courses related to imported diseases. He is a board member of Federation of European Societies of Tropical Medicine and International Health (FESTMIH).
Dr Natalia Rodríguez Valero is an Internal Medicine specialist working in Travel Medicine since 2015 in the Department International Health and Tropical Diseases (Hospital Clinic Barcelona) after her specialization in Tropical Medicine & International Health in London in 2014 and several international stages.
She performs her research as a fellow in ISGlobal. Her main current research fields are emerging diseases and new technologies in Travel Medicine.
Dr Pedro Laynez Roldán is an Internal Medicine specialist who, since 2018, has worked on various occasions with the Hospital Clinic's International Health Service. He completed a Master's Degree in International Health at the Autonomous University of Barcelona. His area of interest is migrant health and he has clinical experience caring for recently arrived migrants to the Canary Islands.