#ALLERGYONLINE: GP GASTROENTEROLOGY AND FOOD ALLERGIES PAIR OF AFTERNOONS (RCGP EVENT)
The Allergy Academy are delighted to annouce our 2021 GP Afternoons Series! We are running a series of paired afternoons on a range of cross-speciality subjects, in association with the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP). These paired afternoons are designed to cover a wide range of clinical conditions including dermatological, gastrointestinal, and ENT/respiratory disorders. Each set will be delivered during two afternoon sessions to enhance accessibility to these live-streamed events during the COVID period. Recording of these afternoons will be available, to ensure greater flexibility to access the material and expertise. Question and Answer sessions are a quality feature of all our sessions.
This programme will focus on common gastrointestinal disorders in infants and children and will examine the role of non-IgE mediated food allergies and nutrition in the management of children. Expertise will be drawn from a panel of imminent speakers to discuss the most up-to-date preventive strategies, diagnostic tests, and treatments for patients with allergic and non-allergic gastrointestinal disease.
The course is suitable for all healthcare professionals caring for patients with food allergies, including dietitians, doctors and allied health care professionals.
The first afternoon will take place on Thursday 27th May and the second afternoon will take place on Thursday 17th June.
- Adopting clear management approaches for common gastrointestinal presentations in infants and children with guidance on referral pathways
- Differentiating functional gastrointestinal disoders and other diagnoses from allergic gastrointestinal disease
- Learning about the principles of food allergy management in early life
- Recognising and recommending safe dietary alternatives for non-IgE allergy and in children with a history of Food-Protein-Induced-Enterocolitis-Syndrome
- A dietician's perspective on managing multiple dietary exclusions and complex diets such as FODMAPS in young children
Who should attend?
- General Practitioners
- Specialist Nurses