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Meetings for Dietitians 

The ASCIA 2023 Conference in Sydney will include an Allergy Update Day for Dietitians on Friday 8th September. The ASCIA 2023 Conference program will be finalised in late April and registration will open in early May 2023.

To review services and benefits of ASCIA Associate membership go to

Other opportunities for upskilling dietitians include:

  • ASCIA Associate (Dietitian) members are invited to regular ASCIA Dietitians Zoom meetings which include professional development

Resources for Dietitians


Information for patients, consumers and carers:
Information for health professionals:

National Allergy Council (implementing the National Allergy Strategy)

  • Allergy Aware website is an anaphylaxis resource hub for schools and children's education/care (CEC) services
  • Nip allergies in the Bub website provides practical information about when and how to introduce the common food allergens to babies to help prevent food allergies. 
  • 250K school aged teen and young adult websites provide practical information about how to manage food allergy including fun animations. 
  • Food allergy education website provides practical top line information about managing food allergies. 
  • Food allergy aware website is a resource hub for food allergy management and links to resources from reputable organisations.  
  • Food allergy training website hosts the All about Allergens online training which has been developed for all staff working in food service. 

Bookmarks for the National Allergy Council programs listed above can be ordered free of charge from the Allergy & Anaphylaxis Australia shop

Allergy & Anaphyalxis Australia 

Allergy New Zealand 

ASCIA Dietitians' Forum

ASCIA Dietitians' Forum is available on the ASCIA website. To access the forum you must be logged in and then go to

The main role of the forum is to enhance communication between dietitians who are ASCIA Associate members, and provide opportunities for online discussions about current issues regarding food allergies.

The forum is moderated by the current Chair of the ASCIA Dietitians committee and representative on ASCIA Council, Kathy Beck.

ASCIA Dietitians' Committee

The purpose of the ASCIA Dietitians committee is to:

  • Develop evidence based guidelines for the management of food allergy and intolerance
  • Encourage practice based on this evidence amongst our colleague
  • Act as a resource for ASCIA regarding the nutritional management of food allergies and intolerance 

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