This course will be delivered in a hybrid format. This includes pre-recorded materials, live online sessions, and you can also attend in person teaching or choose to follow this online.
Live teaching sessions – 8, 20, 21, 23 & 24 November 2023
Online course materials available from: 18 Oct 2023
In this short course you will study a comprehensive overview of food hypersensitivity in children and in adults and develop a robust understanding of the scientific basis underpinning its pathophysiology, diagnosis, prevention and management. This will enable you to develop your skills in identifying, planning the management and treatment of these patients, including in somewhat complex or challenging circumstances, from IgE and non IgE-mediated allergy, to other immune and non-immune mediated food hypersensitivities.
Teaching delivery format
The course has been designed in an innovative format combining asynchronous materials (e.g. pre-recorded sessions, reading lists and web-based resources) to revise in your own time, and live interactive sessions both online and on campus which will include focused discussions and case-based elements. A range of formats will be used to encourage active learning, including expert panel question & answer sessions, group work, workshops, role-play, pro-con debates and scenario-based sessions.
Key dates & provisional times (UK time):
- 18 October 2023, 4.30 – 5.15pm: launch webinar (Online)
- 8 November 2023, approx 2.30 – 6.00pm: live teaching (Online)
- 20 & 21 November 2023, approx 12.30 – 5.30: live teaching (Online)
- 23 November 2023, approx 9.30am – 6.00pm: live teaching (on campus or online)
- 24 November 2023, approx 9.00am – 3.30pm: live teaching (on campus or online)
*The on campus teaching will be held at our St Mary’s Campus – where possible, live streaming of the sessions will be made available for those that are not able or do not wish to attend the face to face teaching sessions.