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21 - 25 May 2023
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This section includes links to regular reports on travel safety, outbreaks of disease, food and water safety, weather, civil unrest, emergencies and disasters, vaccine supply issues, and other travel medicine related issues.

ISTM GeoSentinel Alerts

Travel Medicine and Traveller Alert Services
The ISTM appreciates the support and willingness of the following organizations for sharing this proprietary and important information with ISTM Members. Many thanks to the Center for Tropical and Travel Medicine, Academic Medical Center, The Netherlands for EpiAlert; Boston Children's Hospital, USA for HealthMap;  iJET; and Sitata for their support.


Government and Public Health Organizations
World Health Organization
US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
European Centre for Disease Prevention
  and Control
UK National Travel Health Network and Centre

Links from this site to organization alerts and other websites are provided for information and convenience only. The ISTM does not accept responsibility for the websites or any of the information found there. A link or posting does not imply an endorsement of any kind.

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    Hs anyone who took the March 2022 exam received their results yet? ------------------------------ Shannon Nolan Nurse Practitioner Rutgers University-Camden Camden NJ United States 8564953118 ------------------------------

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    Please make sure to test your equipment prior to your exam time to avoid delays with your exam. We had a couple of test-takers this morning who did not test their equipment and encountered several technical issues and delays. We want to minimize the stress ...

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    Hello all - just some reminders for the upcoming March exam: Login to ProctorU on the day of the exam. You have 4 hours and 45 minutes to complete the exam. There are 4 sections with 55 questions in each section, for a total of 220 questions. ...

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