Dr Liz Angier is committed to improving the care of allergy across the health system with an emphasis on good primary care. She currently combines her work of primary care lead and virtual ward lead within an integrated care system with research and primary care work.
She is a part time PhD candidate at Southampton University studying self- management in young people with food allergy at risk of anaphylaxis developing digital resources. She has been a previous chair of the British Society of Clinical Immunology and Allergy primary care group and chair of the allied health and primary care group at the European Academy of Clinical Immunology and Allergy. She has just finished UK guidance for primary care on adrenaline prescribing and has also helped develop a framework for GPs with extended roles in allergy which is just being finalised.
She enjoys teaching, lecturing, writing and podcasting and has a particular interest in young people and anaphylaxis. She has regularly contributed towards clinical guidelines with the BSACI or EAACI and has worked with NICE on quality standards and WONCA on establishing their special interest group in allergy. She also has an interest in leadership and policy and health systems and virtual care and is a trained and accredited coach.