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This free webinar recording will assist dietitians in identifying and managing allergic reactions to foods in infants and toddlers in the community setting.
1. What is the dietitians role in managing food allergies
2. How to interpret allergy tests results
3. What are the current guidelines
4. Managing Cow’s Milk Protein allergy in infants
5. Managing EoE
6. Managing FPIES
7. Useful clinical decision making tools
8. How does the timing of first foods impact food allergies
Tracy Harb, APD, Master of Public Health (MPH), Grad Dip Dietetics, B. App. Sci (Human nutrition), PhD Scholar UQ School of Medicine, Children’s Nutrition Research Centre
Tracy is an Accredited Practising Dietitian, specialising in maternal and child nutrition. She is also nearing completion of her PhD with the Children’s Nutrition Research Centre, School of Medicine, University of Queensland. Her research is focussed on food allergies and intolerances in breastfed infants younger than 4 months.
Tracy has also enjoyed a varied career in clinical and non-clinical nutrition related roles. She has worked on national childhood obesity policy, as a Public Health Epidemiologist and currently works part-time for NSW Health Queanbeyan Community Health; and in private practice as a clinical dietitian.
Tracy is also the proud mother of three adult children and grandmother to two adorable little boys.
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