With the globalisation of business taking staff further a field in their jobs,travel health has become a growing area of work for OH advisors. Our resource guide provides some usefulinformation sourcesCentre for Disease Control and Prevention www.cdc.gov/travelA US site providing extensive detail on health risks and up-to-dateinformation on epidemics worldwide. Foreign and Commonwealth Office 1 Palace Street London SWIE SHE Tel: 0207-238 4503/4504 Fax: 0207-238 4545 Invaluable source of travel advice, news and country-specific information.An essential source of information for anyone planning to visit risk areas ofthe world. International Society of Travel Medicine www.istm.orgE-mail: [email protected] Advisory Service for Travellers Abroad www.masta.org Set up in 1984 at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, thisis an excellent web site offering a wealth of detail on vaccinations, stayinghealthy overseas, disease descriptions, advice for travellers with specialneeds, travel products to purchase on-line and helpful links. Medical College of Wisconsin Physicians and Clinics www.healthlink.mcw.edu/travel-medicineWeb site providing information about all aspects of travel health. The Malaria Foundation www.pol-it.org//malaria.htmUp-to-date opinions and news on the prevention and treatment of malaria. Travel Health Online www.tripprep.comE-mail: [email protected] data for travellers to 220 countries, from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe. Travel Health Distance Learning Programme Tel: 01322 427216 A flexible programme designed for primary care and written by experts in travelhealth It provides information on health education and disease prevention, theenvironment and special groups of travellers, immunisation and prophylaxis andmanaging a travel health service. World Health Organisation www.who.int Extremely thorough site, giving an exhaustive guide to all aspects of travelhealth, including tropical diseases, vaccine-preventable diseases and healthtechnology. It includes the Disease Outbreak Register which offers the latestinformation about disease outbreaks the world over. www.highwaytohealth.comAccessible American site which provides destination specific information onall the world’s most popular destinations. It lists emergency contact numbers,local hospitals and medical clinics and embassy details in all major towns andcities. www.lonelyplanet.comStraightforward web site produced by travel guide publisher Lonely Planet.It offers advice on pre-departure health planning and keeping healthy whileabroad – including information on water and food preparation, women’s healthand tips on how to cope with motion sickness, cuts, bites and stings. It alsoprovides useful links to other travel health-related sites as well asinformation about tourist offices and embassy and visa details. www.travelclinic.com.auAn Australian site offering helpful tips on staying healthy abroad,including food to avoid, coping with jet-lag, and avoiding an stomach upsets. www.travelhealth.comIncludes risk assessment by destination, up-to-date vaccine news and generaltravel health information. The listing above is not exhaustive and the journal welcomes furtheradditions from readers as well as suggestions for further topics of interest toinclude in this series Previous Article Next Article Resource Guide: Travel healthOn 1 Mar 2000 in Personnel Today Comments are closed. Related posts:No related photos.
Sen. Mike Gianaris and Gov. Andrew Cuomo (Getty/Illustration by Kevin Rebong for The Real Deal)Sen. Michael Gianaris didn’t get too many holiday cards from the real estate industry last year. But now the high-ranking legislator and housing advocates are pushing Gov. Andrew Cuomo to set aside $2.2 billion for small landlords and their struggling tenants.In a recent letter to Cuomo, Gianaris, best known for pro-tenant legislation and helping chase Amazon’s HQ2 project away from his home borough of Queens, argued for the creation of a Housing Stability Relief Fund to pay landlords for rent arrears and clear the debt of about 1.3 million households unable to make rent payments in the pandemic, the Daily News reported.“New York has spent the last year in the midst of a public health and economic crisis,” Gianaris said. “If we don’t take action now, we will also fall into a housing and eviction crisis.”Gianaris is the No. 2-ranked Democrat in the Senate, but legislators have limited power to shape the state budget, although they negotiate it with the governor.The state has extended an eviction moratorium into the spring, but there’s no exit plan for landlords to be paid when it ends.Housing advocates, including the cancel-rent group Housing Justice for All, are set to echo Gianaris’ sentiment and also to call for $500 million in state funds to be set aside to help end homelessness. They also want the legislature to enact enduring eviction protection through the pandemic.Cuomo is counting on $15 billion in federal aid for the state budget, due April 1. Gianaris said if Washington assistance falls short, the state should consider increasing taxes on the wealthy to cover the cost of the rent relief. [NY Daily News] — Akiko MatsudaRead moreCongress came through. Why is real estate not satisfied?REBNY, Legal Aid team up to push for more rental assistanceLawmakers one-up Cuomo with commercial eviction and foreclosure bill Contact Akiko Matsuda Full Name* Message* Email Address* Share via Shortlink TagsMultifamilyResidential Real Estate Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on LinkedinShare via Email Share via Shortlink