Applications are now open for the next intake of the International Diploma in Expedition and Wilderness Medicine – a post-graduate course, fully credit rated by Glasgow Caledonian University.

This course provides a mix of distance and taught learning, with residential weeks based in Glasgow, Glenmore Lodge (Cairngorm Mountains), Dartington Hall (Devon), and the Atlas Mountains (Marrakech), and gives healthcare professionals a unique opportunity to develop their skills in extreme and challenging environments.

Full details about the course are available on our website: https://rcpsg.ac.uk/diploma-in-expedition-and-wilderness-medicine


Contact Details:

Lorraine Hannah
Education Coordinator
Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow
232 - 242 St Vincent Street, Glasgow, G2 5RJ
T + 44 (0)141 227 3240 | F + 44 (0)141 221 1804
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Faculty of Travel Medicine Annual Symposium: Enabling Travellers - The Hidden Challenges 5th October 2017

This year's Faculty of Travel Medicine's Annual Symposium will focus on enabling travel for those individuals with hidden challenges and additional requirements. The programme provides an opportunity for those involved in travel medicine to develop their skills and knowledge in the care of travellers with a range of special needs. It will raise awareness of support that travel medicine practitioners can provide to a range of travellers with additional requirements. There is a special discount rate available for BGTHA members. For more details visit the Website.

https://rcpsg.ac.uk/events/travelsymp

Please visit the Website for more information.

GARC are fundraising to print educational booklets about rabies prevention for children in rural South Africa.

 

See a video animation of the booklet

https://youtu.be/Oc6jVKi0-9k

 

To support this project the Just Giving page is

https://www.justgiving.com/campaigns/charity/allianceforrabiescontrol/wantafriend