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My Medical Travel Guide By Yann Sauve
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Medical Travel (also called medical tourism, health tourism or global healthcare) is a term that describes the rapidly growing practice of traveling across international borders to undergo surgical... More > operations and/or obtain related healthcare services. Factors that have led to the increasing popularity of medical travel include the high cost of healthcare in developed countries, long wait times for certain procedures, the ease and affordability of international travel, and improvements in both technology and standards of care in many countries overseas. Even with travel costs such as air fare, travel insurance, accommodations, insurance and car rental, medical travels can be substantially more affordable than domestic healthcare. (In addition to eliminating long wait periods). Medical travel has been growing rapidly over recent years as more and more people seek faster and cheaper alternatives to the healthcare offered in their own countries.< Less
Medical Tourism By patricia mcdonald
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Save Money on the your healthcare and enjoy a vacation at the same time. Weather for fun or to save your life cost comparison when it comes to health care. People all over the world are know trans... More > versing the world for that surgery they want or one they need and saving a lot of money doing it. Best Yet the doctors you will use are normally trained in the gold ole United States Of America.< Less
The “People Power” Travel Superbook: Book 5. World Medical Travel Guide (Vaccinations, Medical Services, Medical Tourism, Disabled People Access Worldwide, World Medical Knowledge) By Tony Kelbrat
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If you're traveling abroad, find out what diseases are prevalent where you're going and get the vaccinations. Some countries won't let you in unless you have proof of certain vaccinations. The... More > most common ones are tetanus, diphtheria, polio, measles, cholera, smallpox, hepatitis, typhoid and yellow fever. Your state health department or the Center of Disease Control (877-fyi-trip, 800-458-5231, 800-311-3435, 888-232-3228) should be able to help you with immunization/ vaccination requirements in foreign countries. Some governments require immunizations to protect their people from visiting foreigners and to protect foreigners from any health risks in their country. Ask the embassy of the country you're going to if you need special immunizations such as for yellow fever, malaria, or cholera. You might also need a health certificate and possibly an AIDS test.< Less
Medical Tourism Research & Report By Dr Prem Jagyasi
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A report into a survey aimed at medical tourism professionals regarding status, trends, terms, opportunities and challenges of the medical tourism industry with analysis by renowned medical tourism... More > industry expert - Dr Prem Jagyasi. www.DrPrem.com< Less
Evolution of Medical Tourism By Pramod Goel
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Evolution of Medical Tourism: from Cottage Industry to Corporate World. The contents provide an in-depth and behind-the-scenes glimpse into the growing phenomena of medical and dental tourism.... More > Growing competition for affordable and accessible medical resources and providers has prompted a user-friendly yet thorough analysis of the medical tourism industry of the past, present and future in this meticulously researched and compiled ‘how to’ for up and coming as well as well-established medical providers around the world. Evolution of Medical Tourism: from Cottage Industry to Corporate World covers such topics as the future of the global healthcare industry to dealing with supply and demand in the medical tourism industry. From developing marketing channels to the importance of patient nurturing, negotiations and patient acquisition, this first-of-its-kind book offers guidance and information to established as well as new entrepreneurs in this field.< Less
Travelling Tamas By Travelling Tamas
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Our adventurous traveller, Tamas, sells up his belongings and strikes out on a course that will take him from one extreme to another across the face of Europe. He moves in and out of London in... More > search of adventure and interesting people. His book, Travelling Tamas, takes you from camping in the Black Forest to the moshpits of Dublin, from nude showers with Scandanavians to London’s underground rave scene. Along the way he discovers skydiving, motorbike riding, camping, dancing, getting stoned, romance, medical trials and anything else which might be detrimental to his health. His view on travelling is very Australian, but his way of travelling is an inspiration to us all. If you ever wondered what excitement European travel has to offer, then this is the book for you.< Less
Travelling Tamas By Travelling Tamas
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Our adventurous traveller, Tamas, sells up his belongings and strikes out on a course that will take him from one extreme to another across the face of Europe. He moves in and out of London in... More > search of adventure and interesting people. His book, Travelling Tamas, takes you from camping in the Black Forest to the moshpits of Dublin, from nude showers with Scandanavians to London’s underground rave scene. Along the way he discovers skydiving, motorbike riding, camping, dancing, getting stoned, romance, medical trials and anything else which might be detrimental to his health. His view on travelling is very Australian, but his way of travelling is an inspiration to us all. If you ever wondered what excitement European travel has to offer, then this is the book for you.< Less
Kokotoni Clinic - A Medical Experience In Kenya By Aaron Loukonen
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Seven weeks were spent volunteering in a small rural clinic in the tiny village of Kokotoni, located just outside of Mombasa, Kenya. These are pictures of that clinic, and the people found inside.
Independent (IME) or Defense Medical Exams (DME) By Patricia Coonan
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This is another fantastic way for Legal Nurses to market themselves. Attending Independent Medical Exams (IME's) or Defense Medical Exams (DME's) can help the attorney and their case. These exams... More > are usually set up by defense counsel to see if a client really does have the injuries claimed in the suit. This document informs you all about the medical exams, what you should do and not do. It also has a checklist/form that you can take when you attend medical exams so that you can quickly and easily put your thoughts down in writing while also observing and not miss a beat. The checklist can be used over and over again. In addition, it has spaces to put in your travel time and odometer readings from start to finish. I use this form on every medical exam I attend. I would not attend one without it.< Less
The “People Power” Health Superbook: Book 22. World Medical Guide (Vaccinations, Medical Services, Medical Tourism, Disabled People Access Worldwide, World Medical Knowledge) By Tony Kelbrat
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If you're traveling abroad, find out what diseases are prevalent where you're going and get the vaccinations. Some countries won't let you in unless you have proof of certain vaccinations. The... More > most common ones are tetanus, diphtheria, polio, measles, cholera, smallpox, hepatitis, typhoid and yellow fever. Your state health department or the Center of Disease Control (877-fyi-trip, 800-458-5231, 800-311-3435, 888-232-3228) should be able to help you with immunization/ vaccination requirements in foreign countries. Some governments require immunizations to protect their people from visiting foreigners and to protect foreigners from any health risks in their country. Ask the embassy of the country you're going to if you need special immunizations such as for yellow fever, malaria, or cholera. You might also need a health certificate and possibly an AIDS test. Health inspections and immunization requirements at international borders come down to two things:< Less