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pretravel

[′prē‚trav·əl]
(control systems)
The distance or angle through which the actuator of a switch moves from the free position to the operating position.
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Regardless of demographics or length of stay, international travelers to Asia and other rabies-endemic regions should be informed about potential rabies exposure and pretravel vaccination
MSU students and faculty have participated in study abroad courses before, and based on the feedback of the previous e-mail partnership programs, the authors felt that a pretravel e-mail partnership would be worth implementing.
The 29 chapters cover child mortality; poverty, politics, war, and health; medical anthropology; cultural sensitivity, awareness, and competency; international law and health; maltreatment and advocacy; environmental hazards; medical work in resource-limited countries; disaster relief; travel clinics, pretravel care, immunization, traveler's diarrhea, injury and insect bite prevention, international adoption, and the ill-returned traveler; and various types of care, such as for newborns, malnutrition, HIV and AIDS, and infection control.
In the pretravel planning stage, the online or traditional flight booking systems presented a different experience for the nondisabled and TwD.
The Leading the Way program, developed in partnership blind adventurer Erik Weihenmayer, pairs blind or visually impaired students with sighted students aged 14-21 for travel experiences that integrate science, service, leadership, and culture in a 3-phase program that includes pretravel curriculum, the travel experience itself, and a follow-up service leadership project.
In addition, travelers visiting friends and relatives are less likely than are tourist travelers to seek pretravel health advice.
Interestingly, deciding not to follow pretravel advice surrounding food and water precautions increase the risk tenfold (22) and travellers visiting friends and relations are at particularly high risk due to poor pre-travel consultation rates, poor food hygiene and low vaccination rates.
Abandoning the comfortable routine of his pretravel lifestyle, he now wanted "discomfort, strife, and the excitement of exertion.
An England and Wales Cricket Board spokesman confirmed it was a routine pretravel check as per all tours abroad.
The PHAC through CATMAT designates and monitors pretravel clinics.
The comprehensive 40-page document comprises a standard for the practice of travel medicine as well as specific recommendations for pretravel risk assessment, immunizations (including updates of routinely recommended vaccines such as hepatitis A and B, and influenza), diarrhea and malaria prophylaxis, guidance on personal safety, and posttravel medical care.
He is currently responsible for conducting risk assessments and pretravel briefings for employees traveling on company business throughout the world.