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As a health care provider, you are the source of accurate and timely information for your patients about health risks. Educating your patients before they travel internationally can help prevent illness associated with international travel. The list of resources below should be used to assist you in making appropriate recommendations to maintain your patient’s health while traveling.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Web Site
This site allows you to choose a destination and provides health considerations for each destination, including immunizations that are required or recommended, malaria risk levels, recent disease outbreaks, and tips for staying healthy while traveling to that destination.
International Travel Clinics (Yellow Fever Vaccine Providers) in Indiana
This site provides contact information, by county, for International Travel Clinics in Indiana.
U.S. Department of State
This site allows you to search by destination to determine public health and safety considerations, entry/exit requirements, documentation requirements, and embassy information. You can also find current travel warnings and travel alerts issued by the U.S. Department of State based on new or ongoing health and safety risks of traveling to a particular destination.
World Health Organization
This site provides health risk information by destination and allows you to see information about ongoing or recent disease outbreaks.
Travel Immunization Resources
U.S. Government Bookstore – for the purchase of the International Certificate of Vaccination or Prophylaxis as Approved by the World Health Organization
This page last updated on August 17, 2009.