What has A&AA been working on?

A brief summary of what our team has been working on over the last two months.

 

New webinars

A&AA hosted three webinars over the last few months in our series on ‘Feeding your Child With Food Allergy’, presented by the dedicated allergy dietitians

Dr Merryn Netting and Ingrid Roche.

 

We have also planned more webinars with equally dedicated allergy dietitians Kathy Beck and Dr Vicki McWilliam. We are so grateful to these dietitians for being so generous with their time and expertise.

The first webinar was ‘How can I teach my child to eat well?’, presented by Dr Merryn Netting. It has been captioned and uploaded to our website.

The next webinars were Milk Allergy Part 1 (IgE-mediated milk allergy) and Part 2 (gastrointestinal non-IgE milk allergy), presented by Ingrid Roche.  

In early December Dr Merryn Netting presented on Egg Allergy.

The last two of our allergy dietitian webinars planned for early 2021 are on food protein induced enterocolitis syndrome (FPIES) and eosinophilic oesophagitis (EoE). Keep an eye on your inbox for the invitations.

 

Submissions

A&AA has made a submission to the parliamentary inquiry into the approval processes for new drugs and novel medical technologies in Australia.

A&AA has also made a submission to the Review of the Food Standards Australia New Zealand Act 1991

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