Advancing vaccines for better lives
AwarenessIncrease awareness of travel-related health risks and encourage travellers to seek professional advice before travelling.
AccessImprove accessibility and convenience for travellers seeking advice by supporting the development and expansion of clinics offering comprehensive, high quality and clinically robust travel health services.
AdviceSupport healthcare professionals to effectively communicate the benefits of travel health advice to increase the number of travellers protected.
Travelling abroad?No matter whether you are travelling abroad on holiday, visiting family or friends or going on business, you should consider the potential health-related risks.
"Seek travel health advice at least 6 weeks before travelling."
Risks can include sun stroke, dehydration, altitude sickness and serious travel-related diseases, including but not limited to malaria, hepatitis, rabies, cholera, Japanese encephalitis. If you need vaccinations for your travels, you may need to allow time for more than one dose so plan ahead and seek travel health advice at least 6 weeks before travelling.
TraveltipTo find your nearest convenient pharmacy or specialist travel health clinic for a risk assessment or for a travel health consultation before your trip visit:
Our ProductsWe provide a range of prescription only vaccines and medicines as well as consumer products to help protect people while on their travels. The helpful links below provide information on these products for members of the public including their Summary of Product Characteristics (SmPC) and Patient Information Leaflet (PIL), where applicable.
T +44 1506 446608
Please consult your doctor, pharmacist or a travel health clinic for further information. Product information specifically for healthcare professionals is also available.
If you get any side effects, talk to your doctor, pharmacist or nurse. This includes any possible side effects not listed in the package leaflet. You can also report side effects directly via the Yellow Card Scheme at www.mhra.gov.uk/yellowcard. By reporting side effects you can help provide more information on the safety of this medicine.