LECTURES: Nursing Children Supportively/ Vaccination/ Travel medicine London Feb-May 2013
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Nursing Children Supportively Through Acute Illness – Fever Management
What do you do if you don’t vaccinate (and even more so if you do)?
Vaccination – The Question – Is there a question?
Isn’t it scientifically proved that vaccination is the single most effective cause of improved health in the 20th and 21st Century?
Extensive investigation of the science behind the hype led Dr Donegan to radically change her views. She believes that every parent should be given the opportunity to see that vaccination: its safety and efficacy, is not a black and white issue, so that they can make fully informed choices about their health.
Should you vaccinate your child or not? Only you, as a parent, can decide what is best for you and your family.
Vaccination & Travel Medicine
“Risk assessment is important to rationalise pre-travel preparation, but the advice needs to reflect the health risk and not the interventions available … Health promotion and health education need to be the focus of pre-travel consultations. Risk assessment should be based on a broader view than administering drugs and vaccines.”(1)
That those participating
• Have a clear understanding of the benefits and risks of of current travel recommendations.
• Have practical advice on how to minimise risk and maximise benefits of travel.
• Have simple guidelines for managing illness abroad for themselves and their family.
(1) “More travel advice and fewer vaccinations are needed”
Dr Nourieh Hoveyda, Specialist Registrar in Public Health Medicine
Dr Ron Behrens, Senior Lecturer, Department of Infectious and Tropical Diseases, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Member of the Advisory Committee on Malaria Prevention, Consultant in Travel Medicine, Hospital for Tropical Diseases London. British Medical Journal 2003 January 4; 326(7379): 52.
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Dr Jayne LM Donegan
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