This e-learning resource is provided by E-learning for Health.
This learning resource has been written to meet the needs of a wide variety of health care professionals such as health care support workers, registered practitioners and medical staff in both the community and hospital setting. Please use this resource in the way that best meets your needs.
As a result of completing this learning, it is intended that the learner will be able to:
- define anaphylaxis
- describe who is at risk of anaphylaxis
- list 4 causes of anaphylaxis
- explain how to recognise and treat anaphylaxis
- describe the follow up that the patient will require
Should you have any problems navigating to the Anaphylaxis module on E-Learning for Health, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.