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For School Staff

Slide Show with Audio: Management of Food Allergies in School – What School Staff Need to Know

This module is designed to assist the school nurse in staff training and increase food allergy awareness for all school staff including teachers, food service personnel, administrators, aides, specialists, coaches, bus drivers, custodians and others. Topics include food allergy basics, label reading, common hidden ingredients, cross-contact, recognition of allergic reactions & anaphylaxis, how to give epinephrine, issues in specific school settings, and the social/psychological impact of food allergies.

Competency Test: Assess Food Allergy Awareness Quiz

This multiple choice exam can be used to assess food allergy awareness in staff after completion of “Management of Food Allergies in School: What School Staff Need to Know.” A certificate of completion is available to be printed and/or emailed after passing the exam.


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