Cow's milk allergy in practice

Join us for this short webinar series offering insights into the recognition and diagnosis of cow's milk allergy and associated feeding problems. Expert speakers will discuss key topics that enable you to upskill and improve your management of this condition. This MIMS Learning webinar series provides 3 CPD hours learning for GPs, nurses and other healthcare professionals in the UK.

When is an allergy not an allergy? How to make the history matter

In this webinar, Dr Helen Evans-Howells will provide an overview of types of food allergy, how to identify symptoms of cow's milk protein allergy (CMPA) and the main steps involved in developing a patient history. She also provides information on how to differentiate between non-IgE and IgE allergy symptoms and three areas to always consider when presented with a suspected CMPA infant. Helen will then be joined by the chair for the session, Rachel Wood, to answer your questions.

1 CPD hour

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Why is my baby still crying? A GP’s guide to common infant feeding conditions

Join speaker Bianca Parau and chair Naveen Rao as they review the common symptoms associated with infants who may be at risk of a food allergy, including a discussion about common misconceptions. The webinar will offer help in making the diagnosis as well as advice on creating a management plan for those patients. The presentation will be followed by a Q&A session.

1 CPD hour

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When, why, how? Demystifying hypoallergenic formulas

Andrea Moreno will provide an overview of infant formulas and their use, when to use correctly and how to select the correct formula for the correct patient. Simplifying hypoallergenic formulas, their benefits, timing of use and which patients belong on which for their individual requirements. Post-presentation the Q&A session will be led by the chair for this session, Bianca Parau.

1 CPD hour

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Register for the Education Centre

Mead Johnson are committed to continued professional education by providing a resource for healthcare professionals tailored to help improve the care of infants with cow’s milk protein allergy.