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Free Seminar: Travel Medicine 1/13/11

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Travel Medicine: Thurs, Jan 13, 7:00 - The Mountaineers Magnuson Program Center. No fee. Registration not required. Open to club members and non-members.

What do I do if I get bit by a monkey? What the heck is Chikungunya fever? Do I need malaria prophylaxis in Honduras? If you have ever pondered these travel questions and more, come to an update on travel medicine by Anne Terry, ARNP. Good information for all travelers, this seminar is especially recommended for anyone considering expeditions to remote locales. Anne is a certified travel provider by the International Society of Travel Medicine (ISTM) and has been to 6 of the 7 continents as an avid traveler and a medical volunteer. She is currently on staff at the University of Washington's Travel Clinic at Hall Health Center. Anne has been a Seattle Mountaineer since 1993 and is a 2000 graduate of the Basic Climbing Course.

 

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