This online study day is suitable for all healthcare professionals interested in updating their practice for the management of allergic disease in children, whether they are in-training or experienced clinicians. Those living with allergies are suffering from less resource access and are presenting with worsened symptoms. This online course is designed to cover the major presentations of allergic disease, and ensure you are up to date with emerging areas of practice. We have enhanced access to this live stream event and will ensure online access to the recordings for at least one month afterwards. Live-viewing delegates will be able to ask questions during the presentations, which will be answered through the chair-call-in afterwards. The costs of running this event has been designed and subsidised to ensure maximum access across all health care professionals during the Covid-19 autumn season. Whether you may be watching from work, from home, in the evenings or between on-call shifts, this event is designed to ensure you will not miss out on the opportunity to improve your practice.
Wednesday 11th Nov 2020
This is the eleventh in our series of join study days hosted by the Allergy Academy and the Royal College of General Practitioners. Those living with allergies have been holding back from presenting to your practices until they really need to. GPs have limited time to assess patients and are having to make decisions with limited information from remote consultations. This series of webinars is designed to refresh your knowledge, help you adapt and ensure safe decision0making strategies for patients of all age-groups presenting with possible allergies.
Wednesday 18th Nov 2020
Great Ormond Street, University College Hospitals and the Allergy Academy are proudly presenting their return of their highly successful 'Practical Management of Food Allergy' study day to our #ALLERGYONLINE Autumn programme.
Wednesday 25th Nov 2020
Our #ALLERGYONLINE Paediatric Update is bringing you the very latest developments in care for those presenting with eczema, food allergies and airway disease.