The Crew Health team together with their accredited clinics provide the latest advice and information on a range of illnesses affecting crew.

The following publications are for information purposes and you must not rely on the information on our website as an alternative to medical advice from your doctor or other professional healthcare provider.

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21/11/2018
The Crew Health team are delighted to have launched a collaboration with Andrew Johnson, to offer UK Club Members exclusive access to mindfulness recordings.
18/09/2018
Keeping your heart healthy, whatever your age, is the most important thing you can do to help prevent and manage heart disease.
23/08/2018
Seafarers, who are often exposed to adverse working conditions with multiple stressors, are a population at acute risk of panic attacks.
26/07/2018
Medical examination results obtained from the UK P&I Club PEME clinic network indicate 10.1% of crew unfitness is related to hepatitis, with 8.5% of the total crew found unfit due to Hepatitis B.
15/05/2018
We all encounter stressful events in our personal, professional or social life. It is important to remember that not all stress is negative, some stress is positive, motivating us to maximise our productivity and creativity.
24/01/2018
The liver carries out essential work fighting infection, destroying poisons and alcohol, cleaning the blood and controlling cholesterol. Liver disease can be fatal and rarely shows any signs or symptoms until it is too late.
02/01/2018
While the holiday season can bring about some unwanted stress, there are some scientific reasons why your mood can be affected by the seasons.
01/12/2017
At the end of 2016, there were approximately 36.7 million people living with HIV. It is possible to protect yourself and others from HIV infection, and with the right treatment, people with HIV can live a long and healthy life.
28/09/2017
A crew member recently suffered a serious head injury after a slip and fall down some stairs onboard. This resulted in him being in Intensive Care for a month followed by surgery. After his medical repatriation back to the Philippines, he required further surgery and a rigorous plan of physiotherapy, occupational therapy and rehabilitation.
13/09/2017
Earlier this year the Club supported the production of the Human Rights at Sea mental health welfare leaflet “Remaining Resilient after Traumatic Events”

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