Improving The Management Of Cow’s Milk Protein Allergy within Primary Care

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The Birmingham Medical Institute invites you to join its virtual training session

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Please note that this is an online course using Zoom, attendees will be required to join the session remotely using a PC, laptop or iPad/tablet.

Joining instructions will be emailed to all attendees prior to the event.

18:00 Welcome and introduction

18:05 “Active Allergy Management of Cow’s Milk Allergy” Siobhan Morgan RD (Siobhan’s talk will deliver a newer way of thinking and treating CMPA in Primary Care, leading to a more effective outcome in the short, medium and long term for your patients and the NHS)

18:50 Sponsor session and break

19:00 “Overview of Cow’s Milk Allergy and the Practical Management of Cow’s Milk Allergy within Primary Care” Dr Helen Howells (Dr Howell’s talk will deliver practical advice and ideas on how to effectively manage your CMPA patients within your Primary Care setting, enabling for an improved outcome for the patient)

20:00 Q&A – including pre-submitted questions - Please click here to submit your questions prior to the event.

20:15 Close

2 hours CPD

Mead Johnson Nutrition has funded and supported the development of this meeting. Presentations solely reflect the views of the authors and arrangements made in accordance with the BSNA Infant Nutrition Industry Code of Practice

The Birmingham Medical Institute is providing administrative support only for this meeting.

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The Birmingham Medical Institute was founded in 1875 as a membership organisation. Its primary purpose is the provision of education, training and continuing professional development for medical, dental, nursing and other heath care professionals.  The BMI has office accommodation in the Birmingham Chamber of Commerce and holds most of its meetings in the conference rooms available on site. 

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