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Personal: Proposed Checklist of Personal Items Passports --- very important!! With recent changes in passport requirements, your passport must have an expiration date that is at least 6 months after the date of your planned return to the USA. DO NOT PUT OFF applying for a passport if you need a new one or a renewal – it may take three months or longer to receive your passport by mail from the US government. Blood pressure cuff Stethoscope Oto-ophthalmoscope Canteen/water bottle Camera Small Flashlight, headlight preferred Personal medications, including supply of Cipro or other traveler’s diarrhea med Passport, airline itinerary (tickets are electronic), money, including $40 saved for exit fees at departure -- a waist pack is a good means of carrying these items. A COPY OF YOUR PASSPORT should be placed in all of your luggage Personal journal, if desired
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Unformatted text preview: • Pocket translation guide/dictionary • Toilet tissue/Kleenex • Ear plugs • 3-5 days of clothing. Comfortable, casual clothes area best. Scrubs are fine if you prefer, but not required. Shorts are OK to wear, but should be longer, close to the knee. Dress a little conservatively, no overly revealing tops, etc. • Good walking shoes • Flip-flops • Rain gear: boots & poncho April thru November • Towel/washcloth/2 bars of soap (one for you; one for medical project to distribute) • Sheet – optional – pillows and clean bed sheets are provided on site • Inflatable pillow or pillow case -- optional • Insect repellant (30-50% DEET as active ingredient) • Lightweight sweater or sweat shirt • Bathing suit/sunblock • Toiletries Toothbrushes and toothpastes for patients Approx 300-400 patients...
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This note was uploaded on 12/21/2010 for the course BIO 1 taught by Professor Jones during the Fall '10 term at UCSC.

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