Who Should Attend?
Any healthcare practitioners (or students and informed health-conscious individuals), seeking to better understand the many types of food reactions becoming so prevalent today.
Arm yourself with the knowledge and tools you need to confidently and effectively investigate and tackle the increasing wave of food reactions presenting in our patients and loved ones.
What Will Be Covered?
A detailed overview of the (often misunderstood) mechanisms that drive each of the key types of food reactions, to help categorise various clinical symptoms and risks more appropriately.
A thorough review of the many laboratory testing methods available, along with an assessment of their suitability for each type of reaction (including an explanation of the challenges that face certain methods and their clinical validity).
Based on the underlying mechanisms, and valid laboratory analyses, conclusions can then be dawn on the health implications of each type of reaction, and the primary therapeutic treatment strategies and goals that may best assist with addressing them.
What Will You Need To Attend?
1. A computer with stable broadband internet connection.
2. Speakers or headphones for clear audio.
Note: Whilst mobile device connectivity is possible, viewing with your desktop computer is recommended for optimum functionality and experience.
Will A Recording Be Available?
A recording will be made available to all Practitioner Members as part of their ongoing Practitioner member’s resource toolkit.
(see more details of Practitioner membership here, and review some of the current existing tools and resources in the Practitioner’s Dashboard here)
(Note: Live viewing will be required to access and participate in the Q&A)
How To Register
1. Enter your personal details into the Webinar form below, and click ‘NEXT PAGE‘.
2. On the next page, click the ‘CONFIRM YOUR INFO‘ button, re-enter your name and email into the pop-up, and click ‘Register Now‘ (to finalise your booking and receive your webinar link).
(If no link arrives, (and you have checked your spam folder), please return to this page and use the ‘Questions’ Form below)
3. Save your link, and put the date in your calendar.
(A reminder email with the Webinar Password will arrive shortly before the event).