Food Allergy: The Spectrum of Disease, its Diagnosis and Management
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Join AAAAI and INDANA for a new live course on effectively managing the dietary nutritional needs associated with food allergies. Participation in this course does not require registration for the AAAAI 2016 Annual Meeting.
This brand new, one-day course will be offered immediately following the AAAAI 2016 Annual Meeting in Los Angeles, CA. The course is designed to provide food allergy educational opportunities to RDNs and others who manage the dietary needs of patients with food allergies. We look forward to connecting with dietitians, physicians, and nurses to engage in the latest nutrition-related research, share resources, and network.
Food Allergy: The Spectrum of Disease, its Diagnosis and Management will begin with lectures on the spectrum of food allergic disease, the principles of nutrition and dietary management, the role of the diet history, and early life nutrition and allergy prevention. In the afternoon, participants will engage in four different problem-based learning workshops to provide more in-depth exposure to common nutritional issues in food allergy management.
This unique course offers up to 6.25 continuing education credits for dietitians, nurses, and physicians. Sign up now as space is limited!
Travel stipends of $245 are available to dietitian participants in order to overcome recognized cost barriers for RDNs to obtain food allergy education. Priority will be given to non-local applicants. If you are an RDN and would like to submit an application for a travel stipend please click here or download the attachment below. Applications may be submitted prior to registering. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until funds are no longer available.
Credit must be claimed by December 31, 2016. Credit requests on or after January 1, 2017 will be subject to an administrative fee.
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This educational initiative from the International Network for Diet and Nutrition in Allergy (INDANA) and the American Academy of Asthma, Allergy & Immunology (AAAAI) is supported by an educational grant from Nutricia North America.
- Registered Dietitians
Upon completion of this activity, participants will be able to:
- Distinguish between various types of adverse reactions to foods
- Understand the basic immunologic mechanisms underlying immunoglobulin E mediated food allergy
- Identify IgE-mediated food allergic disorders
- Distinguish between non-IgE mediated food allergy and food intolerance
- Understand the dietary management of various non-IgE mediated food allergic disorders
- Understand the role of the diet history in food allergy diagnosis
- Identify valid allergy tests and the role of the food challenge in the diagnosis of IgE and non-IgE mediated food allergy
- Understand how to effectively avoid food allergens
- Recognize the nutritional risks associated with food allergy and elimination diets
- Select appropriate dietary treatments including formula options across the spectrum of food allergic disorders
- Summarize the current research results in the field of allergy prevention
- Analyze nutritional needs of patients with various food allergies and create a nutrition care plan
Karla Ausderau, PhD OTR/L
Alison Cassin, RD
Lynn Christie, MS RD
April Clark, RD
Nicolette de Jong, PhD RD
Raquel Durban, RD
Marion Groetch, MS RDN
Jamie Kabourek, RD
Rosan Meyer, PhD RD
Patricia Novak, MPH RD
Isabel Skypala, PhD RD
Carina Venter, PhD RD
Berber Vlieg-Boerstra, PhD RD
Julie Wang, MD
- 6.25 AttendanceAttendance credit.
- 6.25 CECE credit.
- 6.25 CMECME credit.