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A national charity established to represent the views and needs of people with allergy and food intolerance.
Charity dedicated to improving the health and well-being of the 5.2 million people in the UK whose lives are affected by asthma.
Coeliac UK is the leading charity working for people with coeliac disease and dermatitis herpetiformis (DH). We work to improve the lives of people
living with the condition through support, campaigning and research.
Volunteers from St.John Ambulance are well known for the thousands of hours they spend each year ensuring public events are safe, they are also the leading first aid training provider in the UK and the third largest youth organisation. For information on related training
click here for information on first aid for severe allergic reactions
National Allergy Strategy Group (NASG)
The National Allergy Strategy Group (NASG) is an alliance of the professional organisation BSACI (British Society for Allergy and Clinical Immunology), the patient charities, Allergy UK (AUK), The Anaphylaxis Campaign (TAC) and the Allergy Alliance (AA) and industry partners. Since its formation in 2001, the NASG has worked, with others, to highlight the need for allergy services; the inadequate care available for allergy patients at all levels in the NHS and to improve NHS allergy services.
Education for Health
Education for Health is the largest international education and research charity that trains health professionals to make a real difference to the lives of patients with long term conditions. Educational programmes are run nationally and internationally and are accredited by the Open University.
World Allergy Organization
An international umbrella organization whose members consist of 93 regional and national allergology and clinical immunology societies from around the world. By collaborating with member societies, WAO provides direct educational outreach programs, symposia and lectureships to members in nearly 100 countries around the globe.
MAARA, the Midlands Asthma and Allergy Research Association, is a registered charity based in the East Midlands. In addition to funding research, MAARA are committed to raising the profile of asthma and allergy conditions.
The MedicAlert Foundation
The only registered charity that provides life-saving identification systems for children and adults with hidden medical conditions, allergies and advance wishes.
BSACI (British Society for Allergy & Clinical Immunology)
Professional society of allergists and clinical immunologists, whose aim is to improve care — through education, training and research.
Their ‘Choosing Wisely’ campaign is a global Initiative with the aim to promote conversations between clinicians and patients. Read more about it here.
The FPIES Foundation
The FPIES Foundation is a collaborative effort of several families affected by FPIES whose journey has sparked the desire to help other families find their way. FPIES (Food Protein-induced Enterocolitis Syndrome) is a rare but severe type of food allergy affecting the gastrointestinal tract. It is often under recognized and poorly understood. The organization’s founders identified a dire need for tangible support resources for both the affected families and the medical community. The FPIES Foundation is committed to providing a credible and interactive support resource for this rare, oftentimes isolating diagnosis.
British Dietetic Association
Resuscitation Council UK
The Resuscitation Council UK are a professional body promoting high quality, scientific, resuscitation guidelines that are applicable to everybody, and to contribute to saving life through education, training, research and collaboration.
Food Standards Agency
The Food Standards Agency are an independent Government department working across England, Wales and Northern Ireland to protect public health and consumer’ wider interests in food.
Food Standards Scotland
Food Standards Scotland was established by the Food (Scotland) Act 2015 as a non-ministerial office. Their primary concern is on consumer protection; making sure that food is safe to eat, ensuring consumers know what they are eating and improving nutrition.