A guide to travel health
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A guide to travel health

Adrienne Willcox Senior life-long learning fellow, RCN Institute, Wales
Mike Hayward RCN professional nurse adviser, Acute and emergency care

Emergency nurses must be aware of travel-related illnesses and injuries, and the importance of history taking in their treatment, argue ADRIENNE WILLCOX and MIKE HAYWARD

Budget airlines, greater worldwide travel networks and faster access to formerly inaccess ible and ‘exotic’ destinations have led to a significant increase in foreign travel by UK citizens.

Emergency Nurse. 16, 4, 30-37. doi: 10.7748/en2008.07.16.4.30.c6607

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