The Journal of Travel Medicine

Editor-in-Chief: Eric Caumes, France
Deputy Editor: Charles D. Ericsson, United States of America

As of 1 January 2016 Oxford University Press (OUP) has taken over as publisher of the ISTM Journal of Travel Medicine (JTM). At the same time, the JTM is transitioning into an online only publication, available to all ISTM Members as an exclusive ISTM Member Benefit via the ISTM and OUP websites. This change will significantly reduce the amount of time between authorship to publication as articles will be published as soon as they are ready.

ISTM members can access the JTM by logging in here.

The Journal of Travel Medicine transports you to the challenging areas of your field with up-to-date research and original, peer-reviewed articles on

  • Epidemiology of health risks among various groups of travelers, including migrants, refugees
  • Aspects of adventure travel, e.g. diving, effects of high altitude
  • Travel related aspects of occupational and military medicine
  • Prevention of illness and accidents in travelers, e.g. by education, immunization, medication
  • Diagnosis, clinical management and therapy of travel and migration associated disease
  • Self-therapy abroad, including travel kit
  • Impact of travel on host countries

Printed Journals

The JTM is now an online only Journal, but we can offer printed copies to ISTM Members who prefer this option for an additional fee of USD 90 for the 2016 issues. To purchase printed copies of the Journal please contact Customer Services at Oxford University Press at: www.oxfordjournals.org/en/contact-us/customer-services.html. All ISTM Members have full online access to the JTM included in their membership fees.


Travellers' Diarrhea Guidelines

Some articles and/or issues of the Journal of Travel Medicine are available on an open-access basis.  The most recent of these is the Travellers' Diarrhea Supplemental Issue, which summarizes much of the information from ISTM's Travellers' Diarrhea Summit, held in 2016.  The TD supplemental issue can be accessed here, and includes several articles, including:

  • New TD Guidelines on the treatment and prevention of TD
  • New molecular diagnostic tools in traveller’s diarrhea
  • Changes in microbiome during and after travellers’ diarrhea
  • ...and much, much more!