TRAVEL INFORMATION REFERENCES  

The information provided is intended to be a general guide only and are based upon the references listed below and should not be treated as a complete and authoritative guide. The recommendations need to be interpreted on an individual basis in consultation with your doctor. People at special risk should consult a clinic specialising in travel medicine.
The North East Valley Division of General Practice and its members shall not be liable for any loss caused, whether due to negligence or otherwise arising from use of or reliance on this information.

References:-
1/. "International Travel and Health" - World Health Organisation (year book) .. details
2/. "Health Information for International Travel" Centres for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, United States (annual) .. details
3/.  Notes from yearly Travel Health Seminars. Vic Medical Postgraduate Foundation.  About VMPF
4/. Communicable Disease Intelligence - Commonwealth dept of Health (published fortnightly)
5/. "Travel Safe" Health information for international travel. 4th edition. Commonwealth department of Health. 1995. Copies from AGPS Press , GPO Box 84, Canberra ACT 2601
6/.TMVC (Travellers Medical and Vaccination Clinics) www.tmvc.com.au
7/. MASTA (Medical Advisory Service for Travellers Abroad)
PO Box 168, Dee Why, NSW 2099 Tel:(02) 971 1499 or Fax (02) 971 0239.
8/. Control of Communicable Diseases Manual. (annually) .. Abram S. Benenson, Editor
Printed by APHA (American Public Health Association)
9/. Australian Manual of Travel Medicine.(1999)