Past Webinars

The Allergy Team is fortunate to have the support of allergy experts, including consultants, nurses, dietitians and psychologists, who join us for regular presentations and Q&A sessions.

Q&A with Dr Deb Marriage

Q&A with Dr Deb Marriage

Common allergy questions answered. Useful demos on inhaler use and how to give an adrenaline pen, plus answers to some of the questions we get asked most by families.

Q&A with Professor Graham Roberts

Q&A with Professor Graham Roberts

What is the link between asthma and allergies, what do doctors mean when they say asthma should be “well-controlled” and how can you tell the difference between asthma and an allergic reaction?

Q&A with George Du Toit

Q&A with George Du Toit

Could your child benefit from OIT, how important is it to keep potential allergens in your child’s diet, weaning with allergies, what is the chance of your child outgrowing their allergy?

Q&A with Professor Adam Fox

Q&A with Professor Adam Fox

Why the latest allergy research gives cause for optimism, a discussion about OIT and understanding the results of allergy tests. Just some of the topics covered in this brilliant hour-long session.

Q&A with Paediatric Dietitian Lucy Upton

Q&A with Paediatric Dietitian Lucy Upton

Wean with confidence if your child has allergies or has a sibling with allergies. Safety tips, ideas for overcoming fussy eating, manage food refusal and keep calm, this hour-long Q&A will help support you through this milestone.

Q&A with Professor Graham Roberts

Q&A with Professor Graham Roberts

Teenagers often take risks and want to fit in with their peers, so how do you navigate food allergies and giving them greater independence?

Recognising and managing allergy anxiety

Recognising and managing allergy anxiety

When food is something to be scared of, it can take a toll on our mental health. Dr Murphy explores how we can manage allergy anxiety, support our children and cope when others don’t understand.