Now Available: FPIES Education Conference Video Package

Miss the FPIES Education Conference? Looking for a better understanding of FPIES? Wish you had access to the best brains in the field? The FPIES Education Conference Video Package is now available!

This is your chance to get valuable access to the leading experts in FPIES care and research with three of the most content-rich sessions from last fall’s FPIES Education Conference. The video package includes the following sessions:

Allergist’s Perspective: The Nuts & Bolts of FPIES
Scott H. Sicherer, MD
In this primer about FPIES, you’ll gain a better understanding of common terminology used in the science surrounding FPIES.

From the Gut: Understanding GI in FPIES

Mirna Chehade, MD, MPH
This look at FPIES from the gastroenterologist’s point of view focuses on understanding the underlying mechanisms of FPIES and the condition’s effect on digestive health.

Q&A Panel Discussion
A panel of leading FPIES experts answers questions and discuss challenges in navigating an FPIES diagnosis.

The video package is only available for a limited time–click on the link below to learn more and get access today!

FPIES Education Conference Video Package

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2013: The Year That FPIES Becomes Visible!

IAFFPE Initiatives

At IAFFPE, we’ve been working hard behind the scenes to make FPIES more widely known in the medical community, to help ensure that no child suffers from a delayed diagnosis. To that end, we’re excited to highlight two important new initiatives for 2013!

First, our Medical Advisory Board has drafted an FPIES Fact Sheet that will be distributed to EVERY pediatrician in the U.S. by the American Academy of Pediatrics Section on Allergy and Immunology. IAFFPE’s Dr. Scott Sicherer is leading this effort to help educate frontline providers about FPIES and ultimately reduce the amount of time that patients go without diagnosis.

For our next big initiative, IAFFPE’s Medical Advisory Board has developed four surveys aimed at measuring global FPIES awareness among medical professionals. The surveys will poll four key groups (pediatricians, allergists, GI, dietitians) on their general knowledge of FPIES and how to diagnose and treat the condition. The results will help us understand how to better educate physicians in the diagnosis and management of FPIES. This will also help us identify our research priorities so that every dollar donated is spent wisely and in the best interest of FPIES families.

These are just a few of the substantive steps IAFFPE is taking to advance the cause. We couldn’t do it without the dedication of our Medical Advisory Board and the daily inspiration we get from our resilient FPIES community.