Diagnosing and Managing Cows’ Milk Protein Allergy in Primary Care Webinar4 Credits
The aim of this webinar is to aid primary care individuals in the diagnosis and management of cows' milk protein allergy.
Evidence suggests that it can take an average of 10 weeks and 4 visits to a healthcare professional to get a diagnosis of cows' milk allergy (CMA).1
Our speaker will discuss how to identify the common signs and symptoms of cows' milk allergy and which pathways and tools can be used to aid diagnosis. You will understand how to manage cows' milk allergy in the community and learn about the tools that might help with remote consultations.
1 Lozinsky C, et al. Children 2015; 2:317-329.