Travel Medicine and Migrant Health
The need for cohesion in the developing specialty of travel medicine is in response to the needs of travellers for expert advice, the increase in travel-related illness, and the increasing importance of epidemiology as a basis for the provision of evidence-based prophylactic advice and treatment. Topics covered in this text include emerging infections and their relation to travel; psychological aspects of travel and the long-term expatriate; refugees, disaster relief and migration; ethnic minority and immigrant travellers; and the impacts of tourism on host countries.
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