This is the thirteenth in our series of joint study days hosted by the Allergy Academy and the Royal College of General Practitioners. Our aim is to equip healthcare practioners with the skills and confidence necessary to triage, diagnose and manage allergic disease in the community across children and adult patients using remote access with limitted time.
This day focuses on the extremes of age groups; young childen presenting with allergic disease, as well as adults and the elderly who are more likely to present with plausible drug allergic reactions. This day is particularly targeted towards doctors and nurses working in the primary care setting, but any interested trainees, healthcare professionals and students are welcome to attend.
We are also proud to be partnering with the Newcastle Upon Tyne Hospitals Foundation Trust, in order to bridge the North-South gap as well as the age gap; collaborating across the UK for national primary care and secondary care integration.
- Develop a safe approach to presentations of suspected drug allergy
- Distinguishing causes of urticaria
- Recognise and manage milk allergy
- Manage wheeze in children within the current changing remote work practices
- Integrating care for anaphylaxis management
- Drug allergy management
- Distinguishing primary nut allergy from pollen food syndrome
Who should attend?
- General practitioners
- GP registrars
- Foundation doctors
- Practice Nurses
- Community Nurses
- School Nurses
- Health Visitors