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Useful Websites

 
 

 

 

Online Resources

For Patients

Please find below links to useful websites for patients suffering from allergies.

Visit the website
Anaphylaxis Campaign

Help and advice on anaphylaxis and severe allergies.
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Allergy UK

A national charity dedicated to supporting the estimated 21 million allergy sufferers in the UK.
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The Allergy Team

Really useful resource for parents of children with allergies, recipes, Q&A with experts in the field.
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National Health Network Travel Centre

Promotes standards in travel medicine, providing travel health information for health professionals and the public.
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NHS Choices Allergy Information

Provides information about different types of allergies, symptoms and allergy management.
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FoodMaestroFood Maestro

Help and advice for food allergy sufferers including an app that helps you to find the foods you can eat.
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Itchy Sneezy Wheezy

Information for allergy sufferers and health professionals.

For Health Professionals

Information for health professionals can be found below.

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Allergy Academy

Offers practical courses for different healthcare professionals.
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British Society for Allergy and Clinical Immunology (BSACI)

Aiming to improve the management of allergies and related diseases of the immune system.

For Parents

Visit the website
Anaphylaxis Campaign: Support Groups

Despite the huge changes we are all experiencing, we want to reassure you that we are still here to support people with severe allergies in their local communities. We have always held wonderful Support Groups across the UK where people can access information, advice and share their personal experiences with one another.

 

 
 

 

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