FARE’s 2023 Food Allergy Summit Welcomes Medical Specialists, Patients, Educators, and Others Who Serve People with Food Allergies and Intolerances
The FARE 2023 Food Allergy Summit brings people impacted by food allergies together for three days of educational sessions, insightful discussions, and meaningful connections. FARE, the leading nonprofit for the food allergy community, welcomes patients (11 and older), education, healthcare, and nutrition professionals, and others who interact with persons affected by food allergies. CEUs are available for dietitians (RDs) and nurses (RDNs).
More than 60 speakers and networking events for all members of the food allergy community, including more than 60 speakers, teen socials and talks, and general sessions on subjects such as food allergy innovations and breakthroughs, advocating for food allergy solutions, managing risk, and building a care team. Full Agenda
October 13-15, 2023 (Friday 5pm-9pm; Saturday 7:30am - 5:30pm, Sunday 8:30am-12pm)
Some of the session titles include:
- What Every Athlete With Food Allergies Needs to Know
- Should the Presence of Anxiety Alter the Way Food Allergy Is Being Managed?
- True Facts Versus Fake News: How to Decipher Online Food Allergy Information
- Overcoming My Biggest Challenges
- Making Change Happen in Local School System
- Awkward! Navigating Social Situations Smoothly & Safely: Middle School & High School
- How Shared Decision Making Can Personalize Food Allergy Care
- Traveling with Food Allergies (Teens/Young Adults/Adults)
JW Marriott Orlando, Grande Lakes, 4040 Central Florida Pkwy.
CONTACT: Dani@DaniMackey.com, (703) 283-9698
FARE (Food Allergy Research & Education) is the nation’s leading non-profit engaged in food allergy advocacy as well as the largest private funder of food allergy research. FARE’s innovative education, advocacy and research initiatives transform the future of food allergy through new and improved treatments and prevention strategies, effective policies and legislation, and novel approaches to managing the disease. To learn more, visit: foodallergy.org.