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Making Schools Safer - Allergies and Covid 19 *Additional date*
An Anaphylaxis Campaign webinar for all school staff led by Tracey Dunn - Head Teacher Fitzmaurice Primary School Wiltshire Advisor to the Anaphylaxis Campaign.

Due to high demand, we have added this additional date. Topics covered with be the same.

Topics include:
• Giving Emergency Treatment and Covid 19
• Reducing Risk and Covid 19
• Staff Training
• Pupil Awareness
• Spare Pens in Schools
• Allergy Action Plans

Certificate of attendance available on request for CPD purposes

Sep 25, 2020 04:00 PM in London

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Speakers

Lynne Regent
Chief Executive Officer @Anaphylaxis Campaign
Lynne Regent joined the Anaphylaxis Campaign as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) in October 2008. Prior to taking up this role she spent 30 years working in the NHS in the UK, ultimately as Chief Executive of Crawley Primary Care Trust in the South East. As CEO of the Anaphylaxis Campaign her role is to ensure that the charity achieves its objective of helping people at risk of severe allergies live their lives.
Tracey Dunn
Head Teacher @Fitzmaurice Primary School
Tracey Dunn, B Ed (Hons) NPQH, has been a primary teacher for 25 years and a Head Teacher in Wiltshire for 12 years. Managing allergies in School has become a key part of Tracey’s work and her interest in this area has grown since her own child was diagnosed with a serious allergy. Tracey has worked with the local Primary Care Trust and the Local Authority on behalf of Wiltshire’s Head Teachers to develop more effective training and risk management for school staff. Tracey has been the advisory Head Teacher on the review group to revise Wiltshire guidance on Managing Medical Conditions in schools. She presented at the BSACI conference in September 2017 and the Anaphylaxis Campaign conference in November 2018.