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RoverTravelScript:  

       Affordable.  Preserves continuity of care.  Provides convenience for your patients.  Saves you time and effort. 

        • provides a wealth of travel medicine information
        • analyses multi-country itineraries at the click of a button
        • makes yellow fever requirements for complex itineraries a breeze
        • generates a uniquely customised TravelScript Report

        Here’s what health professionals say: 

     … it looks really good to me…
     … it pulls together the most important elements of a travel medicine consultation in one spot…
Professor Frank Bowden, Infectious Diseases Physician, July 2017, TripGenie   

    … a really useful product…
    … it would be of benefit to rural GPs…
Dr Ewen McPhee, President of the Rural Doctors Association of Australia, July 2017, TripGenie   
   

    … I was able to input multiple countries to create useful detailed trip summaries for my patients’ travel health requirements…
    … selecting a country, I was quickly given advice for vaccinations, news of recent diseases outbreaks…
    … I was impressed by its ease of use …
Dr Rob Park, Medical Observer, March 2017, TripGenie

    … pretty much exactly what I was looking for …
    … outstanding value …
    … it sells itself …
 Dr Michael Reid, Practice Principal, McLaren Vale Family Practice, South Australia, Aug 2013, tMeD

    … allows the doctor to prepare an individual travel health advice plan based on a risk assessment …
    … definitely an option for GPs with an interest in travel medicine who are deciding what decision-support tool to use …

Professor Nick Zwar (travel health expert & Professor of General Practice UNSW), Australian Doctor, Apr 2006, tMeD

    … travel medicine to go …
    … truly surprising in the amount of detail it can supply …

Dr Frank McLeod, Medical Observer, Jun 2002, tMeD

    … have computer will travel: travel vax made easy …
    … it goes where existing travel medicine modules do not
    … the database is pretty thorough and I couldn’t fault it …
    … this very inexpensive product is a worthwhile addition to existing software …

Dr Ilya Englin (IT Correspondent), Medical Observer, Jan 2001, tMeD