Managing Food Allergy and Eczema – WA Information Night 26 March 2019

Allergy Talk Flyer Mar 19Together with the National Allergy Strategy, Allergy & Anaphylaxis Australia are hosting an information evening for the Western Australian allergy community.

Hear from teenagers and other parents as they share their experiences about managing allergy throughout high school. Joining us is the WA Eczema Project who will discuss the latest recommendations for good eczema treatment.

At the end of the talk, there will be an open Q&A session featuring an allergist and a nurse practitioner to help with any questions you may have.

NOTE: as places are limited please ensure that you register early!

Details:

Date: Tuesday 26 March 2019

Venue: Perth Children’s Hospital, 
            PCH Auditorium
            Level 5 (see map on attached flyer, larger version on page 2)
            Northern Entrance Yellow Lifts

Cost: Free
         Bookings essential!

RSVP: www.trybooking.com/BAYQZ

Flyer: pdfManaging food allergy and eczema information night WA540.81 KB

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