University of California Resources
UCGO provides information and resources in support of global health research across the UC system
UC Davis Resources
UC Davis Foreign Language Departments
Roadmap: Taking a Sabbatical (University of California)
Benefits Checklist: Sabbatical Leave (University of California)
Policies: Sabbatical Leaves (UC Davis Academic Affairs)
Leave/Sabbatical Forms (UC Davis Academic Affairs)
Sabbatical Home Rental Service (University Farm Circle)
College, School, Department Safety and Emergency Guidelines
The UC Davis Travel Medicine program would like to provide you no-cost vaccines and other pre-travel services before your upcoming international trip. All of these services are offered on the Davis campus at no cost to you, your grant or your department.
NO-COST SERVICES AVAILABLE:
- Personalized travel report with immunization recommendations, medical and country-specific concerns, and emergency contact information.
- Physician evaluation to determine pre-trip health and medical plan.
- On-campus pharmacy for vaccine medications.
SCHEDULE A TRAVEL EXAM
Call Occupational Health at (530) 752-6051.
More information can be found here: safetyservices.ucdavis.edu/article/travel-program
Travelers are encouraged to sign up for iJet® Travel Intelligence® so that emergency response services can be deployed to the traveler throughout the world at a moment’s notice.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention – (www.cdc.gov/travel) “Travelers’ Health” provides information relating to health information for specific destinations, vaccination recommendations, references and resources, and much more.
U. S. Department of State (www.state.gov/travel) - The Dept. of State “Travel and Living Abroad” webpage provides a plethora of information about global safety issues for travelers, as well as information about passports, visas, adoption, living abroad, marriage and divorce overseas, just to name a few topics. Most importantly, the site provides travelers with travel warnings, travel tips and other consular information.
World Health Organization (WHO) (www.who.int/about/en/) –WHO is the United Nations’ specialized agency for health, established in 1948. Its website contains up-to-date information on health topics from around the world providing travelers with much needed information about safe food and water, diseases, insect and arthropod protection, travel medicine clinics, traveling with children and pets, as well as updates on influenza activity and other outbreaks.