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Allergy & Asthma Network presents this Black People Like Me Webinar

Allergy & Asthma Network presents this Black People Like Me webinar to address the disparities and barriers to care for the Black community living with food allergies. Addressing Barriers in Food Allergies and Empowering the Black Community Monday, May 13 5:30 pm ET

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Allergy & Asthma Network presents this Black People Like Me Webinar
Allergy & Asthma Network presents this Black People Like Me Webinar

Time & Location

13 مايو 2024، 5:30 م – 7:30 م

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About the Event

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Join us for the "Black People Like Me" virtual conference series, brought to you by the Allergy & Asthma Network. This series highlights the heightened risk of food allergies among Black Americans, who not only have a higher prevalence of allergies but also experience more severe outcomes, such as anaphylaxis and increased ER visits.

During this conference, you'll gain valuable insights into the misdiagnosis and underdiagnosis of food allergies within the Black community. Learn practical tips for managing allergies at social events, hear from individuals living with food allergies about their experiences, and understand how to advocate effectively for yourself or a loved one.

Special Offer for Attendees: The first 100 patients or caregivers residing in the U.S. who register and attend the entire presentation will receive a $25 gift card. To be eligible, participants must provide a valid U.S. address and phone number. Rest assured, your registration information will be kept confidential and used solely by the Allergy & Asthma Network.

Who Should Attend?

  • Black patients, families, and caregivers dealing with food allergies and anaphylaxis.
  • Healthcare professionals and medical researchers.
  • Community leaders, including clergy and faith-based leaders.
  • Anyone interested in learning about healthcare needs and disparities affecting the Black community.

Featured Speakers:

  • Nancy Joseph, DO, double board-certified in general pediatrics and allergy/immunology; Medical Advisor with Allergy & Asthma Network; member of the ACAAI and NMA.
  • Catherine Blackwell, RN, Chief Health Equity Officer at Allergy & Asthma Network; Certified Professional Patient Advocate in Life Sciences.
  • Thomas Silvera, food allergy patient advocate and father of Elijah Alavi-Silvera, who tragically passed due to a food allergy reaction.

Event Details:

  • Date: Monday, May 13
  • Time: 5:30 PM ET

This is an essential platform for discussion, learning, and community empowerment. Join us in addressing the barriers faced by Black individuals with food allergies and explore ways to make a difference.

Register here https://allergyasthmanetwork.org/trusted-messengers-project/black-people-like-me-2024/

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