Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practices of US Practitioners Who Provide Pre‐Travel Advice

  title={Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practices of US Practitioners Who Provide Pre‐Travel Advice},
  author={Laura Kogelman and Elizabeth D. Barnett and Lin H Chen and Emily Quinn and Emad A. Yanni and Mary Ellen Wilson and Christine M Benoit and Adolf W. Karchmer and Winnie W. Ooi and Emily S. Jentes and Davidson H Hamer},
  journal={Journal of travel medicine},
  volume={21 2},
BACKGROUND As international travel increases, many health care professionals are being asked to provide pre-travel advice. We designed an anonymous web-based survey to assess the extent to which primary care providers (PCPs) provide travel medicine advice and how their understanding and delivery of itinerary-specific advice and management compare with that of travel medicine specialists. METHODS We surveyed randomly selected US PCPs registered in the Pri-Med Institute (now pmiCME) database… CONTINUE READING
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