MASTA Travel Medicine Study Day
Reserve your place and join us for this engaging and popular day dedicated to travel health.
This year we are excited to announce a real focus on practical travel health, bringing topical and pragmatic insight and tips. Supported by an emphasis on bite size, accessible talks, we are confident that the MASTA Study Day 2018 is set to be one of the most engaging yet. A sit down three course lunch will be provided for all delegates, together with refreshments in the morning and afternoon breaks.
Registration will be from 09:15 with opening remarks from the chair, Dr David Ross at 09:45
- How attractive are you? (to a mosquito)
- London School of Tropical Medicine accompanied by the (boxed in) pests themselves
- Education in Travel Health
- Euan Naismith, Clinical Educational Specialist Nurse
- Michelle Sellors, Clinical Informatics and Communication Nurse Lead
- Yellow Fever
- Dipti Patel, Director, NaTHNaC
- CQC and Clinical Governance
- Michelle Rhodes, Head of Clinical Standards
- What’s new in travel health?
- Sandra Grieve, Specialist Nurse and RCN Public Health Forum
- Myths and Magic
- Hayley Fisher, Clinical Educational Specialist Nurse
- Dr Alex Kumar - British Global Health Medical Doctor
- Lived, worked and travelled through over 90 countries as one of the UK’s most travelled doctors
Closing remarks from the Chair, Dr David Ross at 16:30
Friday 9th November 2018. 09:15 - 16:45
Royal College of Physicians, 11 St Andrews Place, Regents Park, London, NW1 4LE
Also introducing the Information Fayre new to the MASTA Study Day for 2018, consisting of multiple micro talks designed to allow delegates the opportunity to visit some or all dependent on interest. Planned topics include;
- Travellers' Diarrhoea
- Japanese Encephalitis
Please note that the Study Day is dedicated to delivering educational talks based on current travel health topics/outbreaks of note. For this reason, programme titles are confirmed nearer the time to ensure maximum relevance to the audience and may therefore be subject to change.