December 2021

As 2021 draws to a close, we wanted to highlight the main National Allergy Strategy achievements for what has been another challenging year.

Schools and children’s education and care project

Project SCEC

Food service project

Project Food Service

Food allergy prevention project

Project Food allergy prevention
  • Updated Nip allergies in the Bub website and ReadSpeaker added.
  • New video about how to introduce the common food allergens for each developmental stage.
  • New video series about appropriate textures for introducing the common food allergens (available late December).
  • Updated recipe booklet to include photos of some recipes (available late December).
  • 73,602 NipBub bookmarks supplied to health professionals to give to parents.
  • 11 social media posts plus a major social media campaign through Mamamia.
  • New eczema infographics for young children.
  • Free bookmarks (including free postage) are available from the Allergy & Anaphylaxis Australia shop.

250K youth project

250K youth project

Australian Digital Health Agency (My Health Record) project

Project Australian Digital Health Agency (My Health Record)

Acute anaphylaxis clinical care standard

Thank you

The National Allergy Strategy would like to take this opportunity to thank our Steering Committee, Project Co-leads, project Working Groups, 250K peer mentors and all the stakeholders including consumers, who have contributed to the development and implementation of the National Allergy Strategy projects.

Merry Christmas and best wishes for the New Year.

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National Allergy Strategy Rationale

Allergic diseases have become an increasingly important chronic disease and public health issue in Australia and other developed countries over the last two decades, contributing to increased demand for medical services, significant economic cost of care and reduced quality of life of people with allergic diseases and their carers.

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Lead organisations

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Australasian Society of Clinical Immunology and Allergy (ASCIA) is the leading medical organisation for allergy in Australia. 

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Allergy & Anaphylaxis Australia (A&AA) is the leading patient support organisation for allergy in Australia. 

The National Allergy Strategy has received funding from the Australian Government Department of Health for the following projects:
Food allergy prevention | 250K Youth Project | Food service | Drug allergy | Shared Care Model

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Acknowledgement of Country
The National Allergy Council acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land upon which we are located. We pay our respect to their Elders past, present and emerging.