Faculty of Travel Medicine Annual Conference: Challenges of Travelling Safely

Faculty of Travel Medicine Annual Conference: Challenges of Travelling Safely

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We are delighted to invite you to attend our upcoming Faculty of Travel Medicine Annual Conference: CHALLENGES OF TRAVELLING SAFELY conference.  The Annual Faculty of Travel Medicine Conference is the perfect opportunity for travel medicine professionals to learn, interact and get inspired. This year’s Livingstone Lecture will be delivered by the Chief Medical Officer for England and Chief Medical Adviser to the UK Government since 2019, Professor Sir Chris Whitty. Sir Chris will be joined by a host of stellar speakers from around the world covering a diverse range of topics pertinent to current challenges facing the multi-disciplinary body of travel health professionals.

This will be of interest to all practitioners working in travel health and related specialties.

This conference will include presentations from:

Professor Michael Eddleston ScD FRCP Professor of Clinical Toxicology, Global Health Academy, University of Edinburgh
Dr Andy Watt Cons Physician / Geriatrician, Ayrshire
Dr. Kitty Smith Locum Consultant Travel and International Health Team Public Health Scotland

Professor Christopher Whitty CMO England and Consultant Physician, Hospital for Tropical Diseases, London
Dr Maheshi Ramasamy Principal Investigator at the Oxford Vaccine Group Consultant Physician at the Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer at the University of Oxford

Stephen L. Hoffmann MD, CAPT, USN(Rtd) Founder and CEO Sanaria
Professor Neil Greenberg MD FRCPysch Professor of Defence Mental Health, King’s College London
Prof Marc Van Ranst MD PhD Professor of Virology, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium

In order to book onto the post-event dinner, please visit rcp.sg/FTMdinner



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