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The Paediatric Food Allergy Symposium

24th May 2022

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The Paediatric Food Allergy Symposium is a comprehensive educational event for healthcare professionals, covering a wide range of topical issues in the field of paediatric food allergy. The Symposium has been developed and chaired by Dr Nick Makwana, Consultant Paediatrician at Sandwell and West Birmingham NHS Trust, and brings together a wide range of expert speakers from the local area and beyond.

The educational agenda delivers valuable updates and a forum for discussion, with an emphasis on the implications of these developments for clinical practice. The topics are relevant to healthcare professionals with an interest in paediatric allergy working across primary, secondary and tertiary care.

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This event is intended for healthcare professionals only.

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