Travel Medicine

Latest coronavirus update for doctors and healthcare professionals – Friday 31 January

Latest coronavirus update for doctors and healthcare professionals – Friday 31 January

With the spread of coronavirus dominating the news agenda throughout the world this week, Dean of our College’s Faculty of Travel Medicine Jane Chiodini writes for our blog on the current situation, and what expert advice is available to healthcare professionals to help contain and treat the spread of this new virus.

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Royal College awards Honorary Fellowships

Royal College awards Honorary Fellowships

The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow have conferred two new Honorary Fellowships at our Admission Ceremony in Glasgow last week.

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#TipsForNewDocs – Dr David Ross

#TipsForNewDocs – Dr David Ross

Today’s #tipsfornewdocs is by Professor David Ross, our Director of Education and Honorary Secretary of the Faculty of Travel Medicine.

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#TipsForNewDocs – Dr Lisa Curran

#TipsForNewDocs – Dr Lisa Curran

Today’s ‘tipsfornewdocs is from Dr Lisa Curran who is a Member of the Faculty of Travel Medicine and a Consultant in Occupational Medicine at King’s College Hospital.

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New resource to help prevent FGM

New resource to help prevent FGM

Healthcare professionals who carry out pre-travel consultations will be better equipped to deal with issues around Female Genital Mutilation (FGM), following the launch of a new free online course by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow’s Faculty of Travel Medicine.

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Double first for new Dean of Travel Medicine

Double first for new Dean of Travel Medicine

Jane Chiodini MSc, RGN, RM, FFTM RCPS(Glasg) QN has taken up post as the new Dean of the College’s Faculty of Travel Medicine. Ms Chiodini is the first woman and the first nurse to hold this position in the College.

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