Food allergy and anaphylaxis: A fact of life for many Australians

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In this webinar we will cover:

  • Definition of allergy, including anaphylaxis
  • Why the incidence of food allergy and anaphylaxis has increased
  • How to treat anaphylaxis
  • Responsibilities with regard to Australian food allergen labelling legislation
  • When things go wrong – food recalls; fatalities
  • Improving food allergen labelling to make it safer for the consumer




1:00-2:00 pm AEST

  • 1:00 pm NSW VIC QLD
  • 12.30 pm  SA & NT
  • 11:00am  WA


Sally Voukelatos | Health Educator | Allergy & Anaphylaxis Australia (A&AA)

Sally has a Science Degree and a Bachelor of Nutrition & Dietetics and has worked as a dietitian for 10 years in a major Melbourne hospital. She has over 20 years of personal experience in the day-to-day management of allergic disease.

Sally worked as a volunteer with A&AA for 13 years prior to joining the staff in 2018. During her time as a volunteer, Sally was the Victorian Support Group Co-ordinator for 5 years and worked on the 1300 phone support line, as well as representing A&AA on Education Department, Asthma Foundation and hospital working groups. She is a member of the National Allergy Strategy (NAS) Steering Committee and has worked as the NAS Youth Camp Organiser (2018). Sally is currently co-lead of the Food Service Project.

Sally is an associate member of ASCIA and member of the ASCIA Dietitians’ working group.


Recording available for purchase for Non-CQA Members $55.00 (incl. GST) NON-REFUNDABLE

FREE for CQA Members as part of the CQA Membership.

Please email for more information.