Milk Protein Allergy in Infants: A Primer

This complimentary program will teach pharmacy professionals how to effectively guide and educate patients on how to handle cow’s milk protein allergy in formula-fed infants.

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Description

Description:

Cow’s milk protein allergy occurs in about 2-5% of formula-fed infants and can be a concern for parents and caregivers. In this online program, participants will gain a thorough understanding of milk protein allergy. Experts will also provide a walk-through of different patient cases commonly found in community pharmacies.

Learning objectives:

At the end of this program participants will be able to:

  • State the natural history, diagnosis, and associated conditions of milk protein allergy
  • Summarize the principles of nutritional management of cow’s milk allergy
  • Educate patients efficiently on nutritional management
  • Successfully access the resources to financially support families who have an infant on specialized nutritional plans.

Course outline:

  • 1 Module
  • Final multiple-choice exam
  • Program evaluation

Sponsor:

This program is sponsored by Nutricia.

Course at a glance:

  • 1.25 Hour to complete
  • 1.25 CEUs
  • Available until March 1, 2022
  • Online
  • Accreditation: 8003-2021-3168-I-Z
  • Completion requirement: Complete the program’s online modules and achieve a score of 70% or higher on the multiple-choice exam. Finish all of the evaluations before the course expiry date.

Who should take this course:

This course provides pharmacists and pharmacy students with useful information they can apply to their everyday practice. Pharmacy technicians are also welcome to enroll.

Development Team:

  • Dr. Herbert Brill
  • Adrian Leung BScPhm, RPh, BCGP
  • Laura Wang BScPhm
  • Lorraine Yau R.D.