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It's Not Your Father's Podiatry School .

This paper discusses the innovative changes in podiatric medical education found in today's schools and colleges of podiatric medicine, including changes in philosophy, resources and technology, curriculum, delivery methods, the role of faculty, and assessment tools, and the changing expectations of the students themselves. There is an emphasis on the shift from a teacher-centered approach to professional education to a student-centered approach. Technological advances have had a tremendous impact on the ed...

Does the DOSPERT Scale Predict Risk Taking Behaviour During Travel? A Study Using Smartphones.

Despite the continuing growth of international tourism, very little research has been done on the link between individual risk attitudes and health behaviours during travel. Our study uses a validated risk-taking questionnaire (DOSPERT) and data from a smartphone application to study the association between pre-travel risk attitudes and the occurrence of behaviours during travel.

Travel agent and tour guide perceptions on travel health promotion in Bali.

The increasing number of travelers to Bali has been accompanied by the increased risks of travel-related health problems. Travel agents and tour guides are in a key position to inform travelers about these matters; nonetheless, little evidence was found on their role in the promotion of travel health. This article aims to assess travel agent and tour guide perceptions on their possible involvement in promoting travel health measures in Bali. A cross-sectional study was conducted between July and October 201...

CV-building for medical students.

Today's medical students invest large amounts of time and energy into building what is believed to be the ideal résumé to ensure admission to residency programmes. In this clinical lesson, we present three Dutch pre-graduate medical students who approach CV-building and the perceived pressure to be a typical overachiever on paper in different manners. In addition, we conducted a survey among the heads of 160 Dutch residency programmes. Based on this, we discuss whether what is generally believed among stu...

Developing a Barriers Scale in the Context of Travel: TRIP - Travel Restrictions Influencing Participation.

To develop an environmental barriers scale (TRIP) in the context of travel for people living with SCI.

Tuning into the travel health risks of music tourism.

Standards of travel health services by Canadian pharmacists.

Intradermal travel vaccinations-when less means more.

Travel-related risks of regionally-endemic systemic mycoses.

Perceptions of tick-borne encephalitis risk: a survey of travellers and travel clinics from Canada, Germany, Sweden and the UK.

While the worldwide endemicity of tick-borne encephalitis (TBE) has been increasing, a lack of awareness of the risks of this life-threatening disease may be leading to an underutilization of preventive measures among travellers to TBE-endemic regions. This study's objectives were to assess travellers' awareness of TBE and advice-seeking attitudes, and to evaluate practices of travel clinics regarding pre-travel advice.

Redispensing of unused HIV post-exposure prophylaxis for medical students.

Erratum to: Risk activities and pre-travel health seeking practices of notified cases of imported infectious diseases in Australia.

High in the sky: Iatrogenic in-flight opioid overdose caused by a dangerous emergency medical kit.

Measures of speeding from a GPS-based travel behavior survey.

Lacking information about actual driving speed on most roads in the Minneapolis-St. Paul region, we determine car speeds using observations from a Global Positioning System (GPS)-based travel survey. Speed of travel determines the likelihood and consequences of collisions. We identify the road segments where speeding occurs. This article then analyzes the relationship between link length, traveler characteristics, and speeding using GPS data collected from 152 individuals over a 7-day period as part of the ...

Commentary on "Evaluation of Patients for Zika Virus Infection in a Travel Clinic in the Southeast United States, 2016".

On the necessity of philosophy in medical education.

Today, the study and practice of medicine are treated with a natural scientific approach. However, medical action has its foundations not only in the natural sciences and technology, but also in ethics, humanity and philosophy. The Wuerzburg Philosophicum teaches, apart from medical ethics, a systematic analysis of a theory of medicine in the context of other sciences, the theory of knowledge, anthropology and hermeneutics.

West Nile virus outbreak in the South of France: Implications for travel medicine.

Shortage of yellow fever vaccination: A travel medicine emergency for Chilean travellers.

Ticks and tick-borne encephalitis in Europe: Challenges for travel medicine.

The World Health Organisation (WHO) and International Travel and Health: New collaborative, evidence-based and digital directions.

Tafenoquine: integrating a new drug for malaria prophylaxis into travel medicine practice.

Monitoring "Closing the Gap in Travel Medicine": need to focus on Africa and Latin America.

Should travel medicine practitioners prescribe antibiotics for self-treatment of travelers' diarrhea?

Perceptions of rabies risk: a survey of travellers and travel clinics from Canada, Germany, Sweden and the UK.

Extensive global experience shows that rabies pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) through vaccination is effective and well tolerated, yet many travellers opt not to be vaccinated when travelling to rabies-endemic countries. Previous research has identified several factors influencing the choices travellers make to reduce the risk of rabies, including cost, time constraint and perspective on the importance of vaccination. The objectives of this study were to assess travellers' awareness of rabies and advice-see...

Frequent medication combinations in travel medicine are associated with QTc prolongation.

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