Pure Hydration will attend the annual MASTA Travel Medicine Study Day at the Royal College of Physicians of London, 10th November 2017.
This prestigious event will provide delegates with updates and the latest advice on travel health issues, with presentations from leading authorities on subjects including business travel (occupational health), mosquito borne diseases, and standards in travel health training, as well as micro talks on helminths, rabies and tick borne diseases. The day will also include a presentation by paralympic cyclist and explorer Karen Darke MBE.
Pure Hydration will provide delegates with the opportunity to develop their knowledge of personal drinking water purification products for the travel health market, with a focus on the aquapure traveller as a means of providing enhanced travel health outcomes for their clients and a potentially significant revenue stream for their businesses.
During the post-lunch fringe presentations attendees will be invited to question traditional advice on the provision of safe drinking water overseas, with an interactive discussion that will include substandard, counterfeit and fake and bottled water, chemical contaminants in drinking water, and the types of advice that are most likely to influence best practice in drinking water safety among overseas travellers.
Delegates to the MASTA Travel Medicine Study Day will be able to purchase the aquapure traveller for personal use at a special discounted rate during the event, and will be able to request free training in waterborne diseases and overseas travel for staff and practice personnel.
For full programme details and booking attendance at the MASTA Travel Medicine Study Day please contact MASTA directly by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) for your registration form. For further information on the aquapure traveller for pharmacies and other travel health businesses please contact email@example.com or call us today on 0333 600 7000.