Your questions answered about food allergies in babies
This free workshop teaches you the basic skills for menu planning
Is this eczema? Should I worry about it? What creams should I use and are there certain foods that that I should avoid giving my baby? These are a couple of common questions doctors and dietitians get from parents with a baby that has eczema. For this webinar, Dr. Helen Brough, consultant paediatric allergist and Dr. Rosan Meyer, paediatric dietitian are joining forces to provide an overview to carers on the ins and outs of medical and dietary management of eczema in early childhood. We will cover some medical background to the development of eczema, and provide overview on the medical and dietary management principles. This 50 min free webinar (with 10 min questions at the end) does not replace an individual consultation with a doctor and/or a dietitian.
This was an interactive webinar featuring world renowned Prof. George Du Toit, who was one of the primary researchers on the Learning Early about Peanut (LEAP) study, which has impacted hugely on the age of peanut introduction in babies.
This webinar was interactive in a Q and A format and aimed to provide some background to peanut allergy, the new research and how this has changed clinical practice. This 35 min webinar was chaired by Dr. Rosan Meyer and is suitable to non-specialist healthcare professionals and parents.
This is a webinar aimed at healthcare professionals discussing the science behind nutritional disorders in food allergy. The nutritional disorders covered are growth faltering, feeding difficulties and vitamin/mineral deficiencies. The webinar is 1 hour.
Between 4-6 % of children have a proven food allergy and data indicates this number is on the rise, affecting more and more families. Food allergies have been shown to have a significant impact on both the child and the family’s quality of life, impacting on food choices, social interactions, education and carries also a financial burden. Whilst healthcare professionals understand this burden, parents of children with food allergy are often still left feeling anxious, confused and overwhelmed. There is nobody is better at explaining living with food allergies than parents of food allergic children. During this 45 min free Q and A webinar Dr. Rosan Meyer, paediatric dietician will be joined by Caroline Evans, a Parenting Consultant who has supported many families of children with food allergy, and is also mum to a son with food allergies herself. This webinar aims to look at the journey from diagnosis to management including concern’s parents have about the future, through the eyes of a parent who has also had the privilege of supporting other families faced with similar issues. Caroline hopes that sharing her personal experience, and tips learnt over the years, will be helpful to many families.
Many parents may not have access to healthcare professionals to have their child’s growth assessed on a regular basis. In this webinar, Dr. Rosan Meyer, paediatric dietitian will go through how to perform measurements and assess growth with what you have at home and also how to plot this on a growth chart.
This webinar is aimed at parents of babies, toddlers and older children who want to have some practical guidance on how monitor growth and when to be concerned. It is not a replacement for having a formal assessment done, by a healthcare professional with standardised equipment.
For more information, visit rosan-paediatricdietitian.com/
The introduction of solid food in babies, is supposed to be an exiting time where a baby can explore textures, tastes and start experiencing social aspects of eating. However, for many parents this can be stressful and confusing, as there is so much information available, that can often be conflicting. This webinar aims to provide parents with information on when and how to introduce solids, including some practical tips on preparation, textures and mealtime portions. Information on when to introduce common allergens and what to do about salt and sugar will also be covered.
I’m confused, what is the difference between allergy and intolerance in children? – (Buy now for 10 Euros)
I’m confused, what is the difference between allergy and intolerance in children?