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ITIJ’s regular features provide an in-depth exploration of issues unique to the global travel and health insurance industry. Each feature is written exclusively for ITIJ by industry writers or experts in their field.

clickhereThe popularity of Web-based cost comparison sites throws up various issues for travel insurance purchasers and sellers. Stewart Farr goes online to see what the deal is

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healthtechFrank Gillingham, medical director of HTH Worldwide, explains some of the technologies that can help travellers in distress

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photographerPeter Corbett puts photographic insurance in the picture

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skiingThe changing nature of winter sports has led to a fluctuation in the type of injury claims following winter holidays. Russell Dadson explores treatment possibilities, the cost to insurers and how the industry can better meet customers’ needs

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Space. The final frontier.Space travel is the future. Ian Youngman boldly goes where no travel insurer has gone before

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gapyearLizzie Cernik looks at the insurance needs of the ever-growing number students seeking exotic gap-year experiences

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sunplaneThe tourism industry is a main contributor to and also a victim of climate change. Dr Jane Strachan tells us how and why travel patterns are likely to change in the coming years, and how the travel insurance market will have to adapt

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bungee!With evidence of a growing demand for insurance for adventure breaks and trips to hazardous destination, do the British deserve a reputation for being a nation of brave travellers? Julia Horton has the answers

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disasterThe UK’s Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) Consular Crisis Group assists British Nationals who have been directly affected by a disaster overseas (natural, man-made or terrorist related), as Harriet Lewis explains

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