Psychological Service Needs for Food Allergy

Does food allergy impact your quality of life? If you’re an adult or young person with food allergy, or a parent of a child (aged 0-17) with food allergy, you’re invited to participate in an international survey on Psychological Service Needs for Food Allergy.


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The research study is headed by Dr Rebecca Knibb at Aston University (UK) in collaboration Dr Chrissie Jones, Dr Helen Brough, Dr Linda Herbert, Mary Jane Marchisotto, Centres in the UK, Europe, the USA and Canada and the international Patient Organisations Committee for allergy (of which A&AA is a member): 

We would like you to complete a questionnaire about how food allergy has affected you or your child and your access to psychological services. The findings of these surveys will assist Allergy & Anaphylaxis Australia (A&AA) and other medical and patient organisations across the globe in advocating for change so that people with food allergy have better access to psychological support when needed. 

To take part in the study, please use the following links (if you fit into more than one category please complete the surveys that are appropriate to you).

Adults with food allergy click here: 

Parent of child aged 0-17 with food allergy click here: 

Young person with food allergy aged 12-17 click here:

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