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Key questions on wasp and bee sting allergy

Module summary
Consultant immunologist Dr Jonathan North answers questions from GP Dr Mandeep Baveja on risk factors, signs and symptoms and venom immunotherapy
Learning objectives

This module will offer advice on managing patients with allergy to wasp or bee sting, including:

  • Risk factors for developing wasp or bee sting allergies
  • Investigating suspected allergies
  • Management options for wasp or bee sting allergy
  • The role of venom immunotherapy
Author

Dr Jonathan North is a consultant immunologist at Sandwell and West Birmingham Hospitals NHS Trust

Dr Mandeep Baveja is a GP in London

Date module published
13/06/2016
Module due for review
13/06/2018
Suggested number of CPD credits
Completing this module will earn you a certificate for a suggested
1 CPD hour
By showing evidence of impact you could double that to
2 CPD hours
What other GPs said after completing this module
A good reminder of very rusty medical school immunology was most helpful
Hermit Singh
24.06.2017.
Extremely helpful and practical.
Bassam Alkazzaz
22.06.2017.
helpfull
Francois Brandt
22.06.2017.
Useful and practical
Ruth Collins
21.06.2017.
Although a short module in itself, the prompted reading did occupy a further hour and the need for audit and practice change meant that this was indeed a significant and successful module.
Philip Davies
19.06.2017.