Infant Allergy Virtual Conference
Infant Allergy Virtual Conference
With around 20% of the UK population affected by one or more allergic disorder, and a steady increase in rates of food allergy over the last decade, early intervention in childhood is vital to ensure timely, appropriate diagnosis and management. Recognising the expanding role of nurses, increased caseloads and the need for a multidisciplinary team approach, this virtual study day will benefit a range of health professionals working to provide effective, evidence-based care for children with allergies.
Sessions in this Virtual Conference
  • On-demand available now
    Allergies in infants overview and current landscape
    Allergic disease is on the rise and has...
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    Anaphylaxis – with so much uncertainty, what is certain?
    Severe allergy and anaphylaxis in infan...
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    ALK Introduction to Jext
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    Human milk oligosaccharides: shaping infant health
    Breastmilk contains a diverse number o...
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    Cow’s milk allergy – diagnosis is key, signs symptoms and the referral pathway
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    Health Economics of Cows Milk Protein Allergy
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    The Asthma Friendly Schools Project - Improving Asthma Care in Schools
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    What is the evidence for probiotics in paediatrics?
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    Active Allergy Management
Live and on demand from 28th October
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