Features

The feature articles in ITIJ are an integral part of the publication, allowing us to place a special focus on issues and trends affecting the global travel and health insurance industry. Whether an extended article analysing a key topic in the news, a ‘Profile’ interview with a leading industry representative, or an in-depth look at a pertinent subject area, ITIJ’s ‘features’ provide unique industry insights and offer readers a chance to keep up-to-date with the latest thinking on the most important issues.

To contribute to one of ITIJ’s forthcoming features, please contact the editorial team: editorial@itij.com. A list of forthcoming features can be found here.

Following research that found that men were more likely to receive life-saving CPR than women, Tatum Anderson delves deeper, asking how much gender bias there is in healthcare.

Employers and other stakeholders are increasingly working together to overcome stigma and tackle mental illness in the workplace. Robin Gauldie reports

Tens of thousands of doctors and nurses working in the UK are likely to leave the country as a result of the UK’s decision to part way with the EU, crippling the NHS. Robin Gauldie reports, exploring how this could help hospitals elsewhere in the European Union.

ITIJ 208, May 2018

For the travel insurancce industry, sometimes the development of products and their delivery can seem to be happening at a slower pace than in other industries. ITIJ investigates the challenges insurers have to overcome when trying to bring a new product to market

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ITIJ 208, May 2018

Paul Prendergast, CEO of travel insurance insurtech startup Blink, explains how to leverage the new startup community to innovate core travel insurance products quickly without major capital investment and delivery risk

Op Ed

So-called ‘traveller’s tummy’, or galloping diarrhoea, afflicts as many as half of those who travel to foreign parts. While this statistic is worrisome enough, it masks an even deeper issue, which is that doctors, in developing countries particularly, are very prone to reaching for antibiotics as their first port of call to treat any foreigner who turns up in their surgery with traveller’s tummy.

ITIJ 208, May 2018

Mandy Langfield looks at the evolution of travel risk management (TRM) programmes for today's business traveller

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ITIJ 208, May 2018

ITIJ caught up with Juliane Kause, Chief Medical Officer at Anvil Group, to talk about the importance of frontline experience, the need for good preparation and the advantages of in-house medical assistance

ITIJ 208, May 2018

UK-based industry expert Andrew Isherwood serves up his reservations about writing retail travel business successfully for the US

Op Ed
ITIJ 208, May 2018

Stuart Leatherby, Chief Commercial Officer at Generali Global Health, discusses mental health in the global workplace and how IPMI providers are geared up to provide support

Op Ed

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The feature articles in ITIJ are an integral part of the publication, allowing us to place a special focus on issues and trends affecting the global travel and health insurance industry. Whether an extended article analysing a key topic in the news, a ‘Profile’ interview with a leading industry representative, or an in-depth look at a pertinent subject area, ITIJ’s ‘features’ provide unique industry insights and offer readers a chance to keep up-to-date with the latest thinking on the most important issues.

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