Health & Safety Abroad (Links of Interest)
Health and Insurance
- Geo Blue Student Services
- International Travel Insurance Program - for UA employees
- Center for Disease Control and Prevention
- UA Campus Health Services Travel Clinic
- Passport Health Clinic Tucson
- U.S. Travel Health Clinics\
- Traveling Abroad with Medication
- Hotel Safety Abroad
- Information for Women Travelers
- Traveling with a Disability - Mobility International*
- Photography Abroad
- Safe Trip Planning for LGBTQ Travelers
U.S. Department of State resources
- Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP)
- Travel Alerts and Warnings
- Country Specific Information
- U.S. Embassies or Consulates
Traveling Abroad with Medications
- http://www.incb.org/incb/en/publications/Guidelines.html gives a listing of certain regulations from participating countries. You can also determine the availability of a drug in your host country by accessing the GeoBlue Member Hub.
- http://www.miusa.org/resource/tipsheet/medications includes a list of 10 things you should know when traveling with medications.
- Traveling with Medication - A Resource from the Overseas Security Advisory Council (OSAC)
* If you are a student with a disability requesting accommodations for your study abroad experience, you will need to register with the sponsoring institution's disability resources. If you are attending a UA-sponsored program, please contact the UA Disability Resource Center at 520-621-3268, firstname.lastname@example.org.