CARPHA continues to advocate collaboration between health and tourism sectors

July 2015. CARPHA continues to advocate collaboration between health and tourism sectors to jointly address the critical link between tourism and health. One way of achieving this objective would be to strengthen the existing national surveillance system through the addition of an early warning and response mechanisms for travel related illnesses, i.e. establishing the monitoring of illnesses among visitors in hotels and on cruise ships.  

Recently, Dr Lisa Indar, Coordinator of the Tourism and Health programme at CARPHA visited Bermuda to build capacity and provide technical assistance and expertise on the prevention and response to communicable diseases, food safety, and health and safety in tourism.   Read more... 


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