Travel health education has undergone significant change since COVID-19.  There is far less demand for ‘Face to Face’ education and costs of venues have gone up significantly, such that it has made this option no longer viable.  So with great sadness, I have made the decision not to offer my own ‘live’ courses any longer.

However, I’m very excited to be developing more and more digital learning which has been well received.  This option has been very positively evaluated and I hope it means I can continue to teach in this new format for some time to come.  Please take a look at the various links below.  Some will reveal many review comments within the digital platform of courses offered as well.

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Further information

Jane Chiodini MBE MSc RGN RM FFTM RCPS(Glasg) QN

Jane was the first nurse in England to obtain an Masters degree in travel medicine.  She is a leading figure in the UK in this field of practice, was Chair of the RCN Travel Health Forum 2000 – 2006 and has been an author on all four editions of the RCN guidance: Travel health nursing, career and competence development.  She was Director of Education of the Faculty of Travel Medicine at the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons, Glasgow in an honorary capacity from July 2015 – December 2016 and in October 2018 she became Dean of the Faculty of Travel Medicine ending this term of Office in October 2021.  For a synopsis of some of her involvement in the Faculty and activities undertaken, see here.   Jane started training healthcare professionals 25 years ago and is passionate about teaching and developing tools for healthcare professionals to use in a travel consultation.  She worked in primary care part time from 1990 until the COVID-19 pandemic.  In the New Year Honours 2022, Jane was awarded an MBE for services to training and development in travel medicine.

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