International Traveler Disease Recognition: Zika Virus and Others
Upon completion of this session, you should be able to:
1. Counsel patients on how to avoid exposure to infectious agents or disease when traveling.
2. Describe the clinical aspects of diseases commonly seen in returning international travelers.
3. Describe treatment and management of travel-related illnesses.
4. Describe the epidemiology and natural history of the Zika virus as it pertains specifically to pregnancy and fetal development.
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Jeff Roberts MD, Program Director, St. Francis Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship Program; St. Francis Family Medicine Center & Residency Program; Bon Secours Sports Medicine, Richmond, Virginia
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