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Travel Health Nurses Are Asking - our bimonthly response to member questions

In response to frequent requests from ATHNA members, this month the Board initiates a biweekly Q&A. Unlike our blog TravelBytes which explores a topic in greater depth, this feature will address simple questions with straightforward answers. Select references will provide further explanation. Questions will address immunizations, health counseling, administrative issues, and more. New questions will be posted on the 1st and 15th of each month and old questions archived. If you have a question you would like answered in this simple format, please send it to info@athna.org.

November 1: Same Day Rule and Oral Typhoid Vaccine
Coming November 15: The Four Day Grace Period
December 1: Your Question Answered

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November Update

The colors are fading here in New York and this weekend we turned the clocks back. Time for mulled cider and sitting by fires. This month, we want to bring to your attention:...

NED 3.0 Wrap-Up

What are the ten countries with the highest population?*

On July 22 ATHNA members came together at four locations across the United States for our annual day of Networking, Education and Development (NED). In New York, the attendee who was able to correctly name 8 of those most populous nations won a door prize...For the answer to this question and a summary of this year's NED event with photos...

Blog CE-New!

This month we introduce our new, ongoing program to offer members free CE. We encourage everyone to read TravelBytes; now some of these blogs will include AANP CE credit for members. Our first CE accredited content addresses LARCs- contraception options that can be especially helpful for any woman traveler, including a woman at risk for Zika. Read the blog and learn how you can qualify for credit...

A Request to the American Nurses Association (ANA)

This month the ATHNA Board of Directors sent a request to the American Nurses Association (ANA) to formally recognize Travel Health Nursing as a distinct nursing specialty. Once we achieve this recognition, we will move ahead with our petition to the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) to create a certification-by-portfolio program. To read the letter sent to ANA...

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