Healthcare Professionals

Resources and information about anaphylaxis for the healthcare professionals

Supporting Healthcare Professionals

Anaphylaxis UK is the only UK-wide charity solely focused on supporting people at risk of serious allergic reactions. We provide tailored advice to healthcare professionals through expert-led events and a national helpline. AllergyWise, by Anaphylaxis UK, offers a wide range of paid and free courses for the awareness and accreditation of anaphylaxis and allergic reaction responses for individuals and professionals.

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Essential Information for Patients

A discussion aid with patients on how to use their devices and downloadable Patient Information Poster.

Our Patient Information Poster provides essential information for you to support your allergic patients and is supported by a QR code to enable the professional and patient to access the information they need to manage their serious allergies.

AllergyWise for Healthcare Professionals

AllergyWise is an online e-learning course and the easiest way to learn about anaphylaxis, the risks of serious allergies and how to manage them. The courses can be worked through conveniently from your home or workplace, wherever and whenever it suits you. The courses are simple to follow with interactive diagrams and graphics which makes learning about anaphylaxis and teaching those around you easier than ever, no matter who you are or what you do.

Latest research news

New research finds introducing peanut into the diets of high-risk infants is largely successful 16th February 2024

A US study has found that only 2% of high-risk infants developed peanut allergy after introduction of peanuts into their diet. The results support other studies showing low rates of new allergies after early introduction of peanut but demonstrate the need for extra guidance, reassurance and support, especially if others in the family have a peanut allergy.
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Do you have an allergy to either peanuts, seafood, or bee/wasp stings, that requires use of an EpiPen?  15th February 2024

Do you have an allergy to either peanuts, seafood, or bee/wasp stings, that requires use of an EpiPen?  The University of Manchester is looking for a member of the public who can give a patient’s perspective of allergies to a group of master’s students who are studying the immune system.
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Research highlights from 2023 6th February 2024

2023 was a year of great progress in research, with new treatments, prevention strategies and improvements in diagnostic tests on the horizon. We look back at some of the highlights.
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Latest News for Healthcare Professionals from Anaphylaxis UK

New research finds introducing peanut into the diets of high-risk infants is largely successful 16th February 2024

A US study has found that only 2% of high-risk infants developed peanut allergy after introduction of peanuts into their diet. The results support other studies showing low rates of new allergies after early introduction of peanut but demonstrate the need for extra guidance, reassurance and support, especially if others in the family have a peanut allergy.
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Do you have an allergy to either peanuts, seafood, or bee/wasp stings, that requires use of an EpiPen?  15th February 2024

Do you have an allergy to either peanuts, seafood, or bee/wasp stings, that requires use of an EpiPen?  The University of Manchester is looking for a member of the public who can give a patient’s perspective of allergies to a group of master’s students who are studying the immune system.
[…]

Read more
Research highlights from 2023 6th February 2024

2023 was a year of great progress in research, with new treatments, prevention strategies and improvements in diagnostic tests on the horizon. We look back at some of the highlights.
[…]

Read more