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A pre-travel consultation and rabies vaccination update

Posted Monday 04 March 2024 | Sanofi Vaccines

Sanofi invites you to an online webinar to update you on pre-travel consultation clinical guidelines and recent changes to recommendations for pre-exposure rabies vaccinations.

The pre-travel consultation is essential for identifying travel related risks, educating the traveller about specific travel hazards, and providing prevention strategies such as vaccinations, medications, and other recommendations that may be useful for the traveller.

Rabies is a fatal disease once symptoms appear. Rabies can be prevented by avoiding animals when possible and vaccination. Travellers to rabies-endemic areas should discuss rabies risk with their healthcare professional to guide whether rabies pre-exposure vaccination is required.1,2

This webinar is relevant for healthcare professionals such as GPs, nurses, and pharmacists who immunise, and any healthcare professional with an interest in pre-travel consultation and travel immunisation. 


5pm       - Pre-Travel Health Consultation: How to Structure a Pre-Travel Health Consultation - Mrs Catherine Keil

5.30pm - Rabies Vaccination for Australian Travellers - Dr Deb Mills

6pm      - Close


This online meeting is intended to give general information on treatment considerations based on recent data and individual case studies. Nothing in this presentation should be construed as medical advice since each patient is different. The presenters are providing their own personal experiences. However, each patient is an individual case. You should use your own medical judgment to choose the appropriate treatment for each patient.

Sanofi-aventis Australia Pty ltd trading as Sanofi, ABN 31 008 558 807. Talavera Corporate Centre, Building D, 12–24 Talavera Road, Macquarie Park, NSW 2113.

Persons accompanying an invited healthcare professional are not permitted to attend any meetings organised by Sanofi. Webinars (live or pre-recorded) are intended for invited healthcare professionals only and should not be viewed by anyone but the intended recipient. 


  1. Rabies factsheet. WHO. 2023. Available at: Accessed October 2023.
  2. Australian Government Department of Health and Aged Care, Australian Immunisation Handbook, 2023. Available at: /contents/vaccine-preventable-disease/rabies-and-other-lyssaviruses. Accessed October 2023.

MAT-AU-2400015v1 | Date of Preparation: January 2024

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