ASCIA has developed an extensive range of resources to assist in the management of severe allergic reactions (anaphylaxis) and the use of anaphylaxis emergency medication (adrenaline [epinephrine] autoinjectors). These resources are regularly reviewed and updated, to keep them consistent with changes in the published medical literature and current best medical practice.
For information about how ASCIA information is developed go to: www.allergy.org.au/about-ascia/website-information
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ASCIA Action Plans
ASCIA Action Plans FAQs
How to give anaphylaxis emergency medication (adrenaline [epinephrine] autoinjectors)
ASCIA Travel Plan
ASCIA Travel Checklist
Anaphylaxis event record
Dietary avoidance sheets
Anaphylaxis emergency medication (adrenaline
First aid for anaphylaxis
This fact sheet is available in English as well as Arabic, Chinese, Dinka (South Sudan), French, Greek, Hindi, Indonesian, Italian, Macedonian, Persian/Dari, Spanish, Tagalog (Philippines), Turkish and Vietnamese.
Online anaphylaxis training
To register for ASCIA anaphylaxis e-training for schools and childcare go to www.allergy.org.au/patients/anaphylaxis-e-training-schools-and-childcare
To register for ASCIA anaphylaxis and other e-training courses for health professionals go to www.allergy.org.au/health-professionals/health-professionals-e-training
Health professional information
To access the Anaphylaxis Management wallchart for health professionals go to www.australianprescriber.com/magazine/34/4/artid/1210
Information for students
- Food Allergy Xplained – new interactive information resource for teenagers
- How to be allergy aware - information booklet and slide set for school students
Content updated February 2016