Conference Posters

2021

MAKING FOOD ALLERGEN MANAGEMENT TRAINING ACCESSIBLE TO MULTIPLE SECTORS

pdfNAS Poster 10 Food allergen management training810.03 KB

NAS 10 poster 2021

MANAGING PATIENTS WITH FOOD ALLERGY IN HOSPITAL – SUPPORTING HOSPITAL STAFF WITH TRAINING TO GET IT RIGHT

pdfNAS Poster 11 Food allergen management training for hospitals771.91 KB

11 poster 2021

250K YOUTH PROJECT – SUPPORTING SCHOOL AGED TEENS AND YOUNG ADULTS LIVING WITH SEVERE ALLERGIES

pdfNAS Poster 21 250K youth project408.94 KB

NA 21 poster 2021

NATIONAL ALLERGY STRATEGY 250K FUN DAY – CAN A ONE DAY PROGRAM OFFER THE SAME VALUE AS A CAMP?

pdfNAS Poster 22 250K youth camps and fun days423.13 KB

NAS 22 poster 2021

SMARTSTARTALLERGY (SSA) – A NOVEL PUBLIC HEALTH PROMOTION TOOL

pdfNAS Poster 23 SmartStartAllergy435.97 KB

NAS 23 poster 2021

STEERING ALLERGY SPECIALISTS TOWARDS DIGITIAL HEALTH IN 2021

pdfNAS Poster 41 National Allergy Strategy My Health Record project882.32 KB

NAS 41 poster 2021

2019

National Allergy Strategy 250K Youth Camp – a First for Australia

pdfNational Allergy Strategy 250K Youth Camp – a First for Australia2.75 MB

National Allergy Strategy 250K Youth Camp – a First for Australia

250K – Engaging Teens and Young Adults with Severe Allergies

pdf250K – Engaging Teens and Young Adults with Severe Allergies924.77 KB

250K – Engaging Teens and Young Adults with Severe Allergies 

Addressing Food Allergy in Food Service – The National Allergy Strategy Food Service Project

pdfAddressing Food Allergy in Food Service – The National Allergy Strategy Food Service Project1.59 MB

Addressing Food Allergy in Food Service – The National Allergy Strategy Food Service Project

A Public Health Approach to Implementing the ASCIA Guidelines For Infant Feeding and Allergy Prevention

pdfA Public Health Approach to Implementing the ASCIA Guidelines for Infant Feeding and Allergy Prevention1.10 MB

A Public Health Approach to Implementing the ASCIA Guidelines For Infant Feeding and Allergy Prevention

2018

The Food Allergy Prevention Project – An Initiative of the National Allergy Strategy

pdfThe Food Allergy Prevention Project – An Initiative of the National Allergy Strategy247.08 KB

The Food Allergy Prevention Project An Initiative of the National Allergy Strategy

Nip Allergies in the Bub – An Initiative of the National Allergy Strategy

pdfNip Allergies in the Bub – An Initiative of the National Allergy Strategy1.02 MB

Nip Allergies in the Bub An Initiative of the National Allergy Strategy

Food Allergy Management in Hospitals

pdfFood Allergy Management in Hospitals510.36 KB

Food Allergy Management in Hospitals

A Shared Care Model for Allergy – Kimberley Region Pilot

pdfA Shared Care Model for Allergy – Kimberley Region Pilot261.78 KB

A Shared Care Model for Allergy – Kimberley Region Pilot

2017

250K – A Youth Allergy Awareness Project by the National Allergy Strategy

pdf250K – A Youth Allergy Awareness Project755.81 KB

250k poster

Addressing food allergy in food service – the National Allergy Strategy Food Service Project

pdfAddressing food allergy in food service735.67 KB

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Preventing the development of food allergy – Implementing new ASCIA Guidelines for infant feeding

pdfPreventing the development of food allergy660.34 KB

infant feeding poster

 Content updated October 2021

National Allergy Strategy Rationale

Allergic diseases have become an increasingly important chronic disease and public health issue in Australia and other developed countries over the last two decades, contributing to increased demand for medical services, significant economic cost of care and reduced quality of life of people with allergic diseases and their carers.

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Australasian Society of Clinical Immunology and Allergy (ASCIA) is the leading medical organisation for allergy in Australia. 

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Allergy & Anaphylaxis Australia (A&AA) is the leading patient support organisation for allergy in Australia. 

The National Allergy Strategy has received funding from the Australian Government Department of Health for the following projects:
Food allergy prevention | 250K Youth Project | Food service | Drug allergy | Shared Care Model

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