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Join us for the Autumn Primary Care Allergy study day. This course will cover a number of aspects of allergy in primary care including milk allergy, drug and vaccination allergy, gastro-intestinal manifestations of allergy and urticaria . There will also be interactive workshops on eczema management and the use of adrenaline auto-injectors. This promises to be a comprehensive course for all clinicians who see patients with allergic disease in Primary Care.
This new course is designed to enhance your knowledge and practical skills in the diagnosis and management of allergic disease. Following successful completion of the course you will have an enhanced understanding of allergic disease, with a particular focus on applying this knowledge to clinical situations, to inform decision making and practice.
This course is designed for those who have a basic understanding of allergic disease and may have attended single study days in the past, but are looking to deepen their knowledge of allergic disease.
The RSM and Allergy Academy’s hugely popular ‘food allergy’ study day is back. This exciting course will be a key event in the Allergy Academy’s 10 year anniversary celebrations. It is aimed at all health care professionals who see children and adults with food allergy in their day-to-day practice.
This study day is suitable for those with a keen interest in the diagnosis and management of allergic disease. Delegates will deepen their understanding of current and emerging ways of managing allergic disease. There will be a strong focus on the management of food allergy, urticaria and the practical aspects of setting up an allergy service.
Following the success of our Paediatric Allergy Update course last year, this will day will provide an update on the management of a variety of paediatric allergic diseases, with an insight into recent advances including food immunotherapy and digital innovation in allergy.
The Allergy Academy are delighted to announce their 6th Allergy & The Skin Study Day, run in partnership with the St John’s Institute of Dermatology. This year’s study day is focused on the management of childhood atopic eczema, mast cell activation disorder and contact allergy. Topic highlights include the association between eczema and food allergies, an update on the MI epidemic, the role of fillagrin in contact allergy and a talk on a new biologic for severe atopic eczema - lebrikizumab.
This popular annual course is a joint venture between King’s College Allergy Academy and Great Ormond Street Academy of Paediatric Gastroenterology.
This year’s programme takes us on a journey of Paediatric Food Allergy management in primary care to tertiary care, including presentations from Dr Robert Boyle reviewing the evidence for the use of hydrolysed formula in allergy prevention, and Dr George Du Toit looking at the influence of recently published LEAP and EAT studies on contemporary weaning recommendations.
The new interactive study day will take a practical look at the management of a wide range of allergic diseases, including guidance for current best practice and common clinical scenarios encountered in primary care.
Following the success of our Paediatric Allergy Update course last year, this will day will provide an update on the management of a variety of paediatric allergic diseases, with an insight into recent advances. The highly anticipated results of the EAT study will also be presented.
This study day is suitable for those with a keen interest in the diagnosis and management of allergic disease. Delegates will deepen their understanding of current and emerging ways of managing allergic disease. While there will be a strong focus on specialist investigations and management, the day has retained the popular ‘Hands on’ workshops, giving delegates the opportunity to practice basic skills.
Our Molecular Diagnostics day will look into the increasing role of component resolved diagnostics in our day to day practice, with practical case presentations illustrating the current use of molecular diagnostics in adult and paediatric allergy management.
The Allergy Academy is pleased to announce the return of the hugely popular “Key Concepts in Allergy” two-day intensive training Course. The aim of this course is to provide delegates with the knowledge and skills required to assess, diagnose and manage the allergic patient. There will be separate sessions, dedicated to the whole spectrum of allergic disease, including food allergy, allergic rhinitis, asthma and atopic eczema.
The Allergy Academy’s hugely popular Food Allergy study day is now in its 10th year and will be held in conjunction with the Royal Society of Medicine. It is aimed at all health care professionals who see children and adults with food allergy in their day-to-day practice. We are delighted to welcome international opinion leaders to speak on recent advances in food allergy research and its implication in clinical practice.