CDC Yellow Book: Health Information for International Travel contains the US government's most current travel health guidelines, including pre-travel vaccine recommendations, destination-specific health advice, and easy-to-reference maps, tables, and charts.
- Destination Pages
- Travel Vaccine Quick Guide
- Routine Immunization Schedules
- Vaccine Information Statements (VIS)
- Epidemiology and Prevention of Vaccine-Preventable Diseases (Pink Book)
- Vaccine Administration (Pink Book)
- The Vaccination Records: Finding, Interpreting, and Recording
Patient Care Tools
- Pre-Travel Quick Guide: Highlights topics to discuss with patients traveling abroad.
- Destination Pages: Find travel health recommendations by country.
- Providers' Rapid Evaluation Portal (PREP): A free interactive clinical tool to guide you through pre-travel consultations with patients traveling abroad.
- Find a Clinic: Links to places you can get vaccines and medicine before you travle, including local health departments, travel mendicine clinics, or yellow fever vaccination clinics.
- Factsheets for Travelers: One page information sheets for travelers with special needs and information for different types of travel.
- Zika Interactive Map: Check if Zika is a concern at a particular destination.
- Yellow Fever & Malaria Information by Country: Country-specific yellow fever vaccine requirements and recommendations and malaria transmission information and prophylaxis recommendations.
- Disease directory: One pagers for diseases that can affect travelers.
- Travel Notices: Get the latest country-specific information on disease outbreaks, special events or gatherings, and natural disasters affecting travelers' health.
Patient Symptom Evaluation Tools
- Post-Travel Full Evaluation: Most travel infections become apparent soon after travel, but incubation periods vary, and some syndromes can present months to years after infection. When evaluating a patient with a probable travel-related illness, the clinician should consider the items summarized below.
- Destination Pages: Provide vaccine preventable and other diseases that should be considered in a recent traveler who is ill.
- Fever in Returned Travelers
- Persistent Travelers’ Diarrhea
- Skin and Soft Tissue Infections in Returned Travelers
- CDC Contact Information for Clinicians: Contact information for CDC assistance and information about infectious diseases.
- Clinical Consultative Services: The American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene provides a list of physicians who offer clinical consultative service in Tropical Medicine, Medical Parasitology and Travelers' Health.
- US State Department Travel Site: Information includes safety and security in destinations, passports, visas, and entry/exit requirements
- US Customs and Border Protection: Information about what you can and cannot bring back from your trip abroad
- US Embassies: Helpful in-country contacts during your travel
- Transportation Security Administration (TSA): Information airport security checks
- CIA World Factbook: Background information about countries around the world