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Weaning the Cows’ Milk Allergic Child: Interactive Study Day

Nestlé Health Science are delighted to invite you to a unique full day CPD event. It promises to be full of engaging workshops in the kitchen and classroom and will be led by dietitians, allergy specialists, an occupational therapist and a professional chef.

Take part in creating some exciting recipes, learning best practise and gaining valuable CPD!

It will be held at University College Birmingham and will bring together experts from across the UK.

The Agenda:
A cows’ milk allergy clinical update Dr Donald Hodge, Consultant Paediatric Allergy & Immunology Specialist, Leeds
Weaning with cows’ milk allergy: What does this mean in practise? Rachel De Boer, Specialist Paediatric Allergy Dietitian, London
A cows’ milk protein free recipe kitchen workshop Angharad Banner, Specialist Paediatric Dietitian, South Wales
Hands-on food fortification Rachel De Boer and Ruth Chalmers, Specialist Paediatric Allergy Dietitians, London
Reintroduction: When and how?
Managing feeding aversions: Practical tips from a Clinical Allergy Psychologist Dr Polly James, Clinical Allergy Psychologist, London

Date: 23rd May 2017
Time: Refreshments from 9am. Workshops run from 9.30-5pm.
Address: University College Birmingham, Summer Row, Birmingham B3 1JB, UK.
Lunch will be included free of charge.

This will be a filmed event. For healthcare professionals only. Spaces are subject to availability and registration will be on a first come first serve basis. You will receive a confirmation email if your place has been confirmed. For any enquiries please contact

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