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The Australasian Society of Clinical Immunology and Allergy (ASCIA) is the peak professional body of clinical immunology and allergy specialists in Australia and New Zealand.

The content of ASCIA allergy and anaphylaxis e-training for health professionals (HP) has been reviewed by ASCIA members, represents the available published literature at the time of review and is not intended to replace professional medical advice. Any questions regarding a medical diagnosis or treatment should be directed to a medical practitioner.

ASCIA allergy and anaphylaxis e-training HP has been developed to provide ready access to reliable and consistent allergy and anaphylaxis education for all health professionals throughout Australia and New Zealand, at no charge. Funding for development of ASCIA allergy and anaphylaxis e-training HP has been obtained from Health Departments of New South Wales and Western Australia, as well as an unrestricted educational grants from Alphapharm, Stallergenes, MSD, GSK, Nestle Nutrition, Nutricia, Abbott and Pfizer. ASCIA will retain copyright and control over content of ASCIA allergy and anaphylaxis e-training, and update it as evidence based changes occur in the medical literature.

Whilst a Certificate of Completion for ASCIA allergy and anaphylaxis e-training HP can be provided as proof that training has been successfully completed, the certificate is not a qualification as ASCIA is not an accrediting body. ASCIA allergy and anaphylaxis e-training HP is not an allergy and anaphylaxis train the trainer course, which needs to be completed through a face to face allergy and anaphylaxis train the trainer course.

ASCIA allergy and anaphylaxis e-training HP contains information about adrenaline autoinjectors including optional video instruction guides which have been prepared and copyrighted by suppliers of these devices in Australia and New Zealand. The information is provided for general information only, does not in any way constitute medical advice or opinion and is subject to disclaimers issued by the suppliers (for EpiPen - www.epiclub.com.au and for Anapen - www.analert.com).  Adrenaline autoinjectors must only be used as directed and any questions should be directed to a medical practitioner. The active ingredient in adrenaline autoinjectors is adrenaline and for further information you should refer to the relevant consumer information provided by the suppliers of adrenaline autoinjectors.

ASCIA allergy and anaphylaxis e-training HP contains links to other websites. These linked websites are not under the control of ASCIA and inclusion of any link does not imply endorsement of the linked website by ASCIA.

Any inquiries regarding ASCIA allergy and anaphylaxis e-training HP should be emailed to projects@allergy.org.au 

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Last modified: Tuesday, 17 November 2015, 12:55 PM