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* 1. A positive skin prick test or RAST by itself is sufficient for the diagnosis of food allergy.

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* 2. Chronic behavioral problems may be a symptom of food allergy.

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* 3. Chronic nasal symptoms (i.e., congestion or colds that never clear up) may be a symptom of food allergy.

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* 4. Asthma is an important risk factor for severe anaphylaxis.

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* 5. Some children who have IgE-mediated milk allergies can tolerate certain yogurts and cheeses made from milk.

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* 6. Teenagers are at higher risk for fatal food allergy compared to younger children.

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* 7. Food allergens may be passed from the maternal diet into breast milk.

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* 8. It is okay for children with egg allergies to eat egg yolks.

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* 9. Food additives (like citric acid, coloring, starch) are common food allergens.

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* 10. Taking a daily antihistamine is effective for preventing a food allergy reaction.

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* 11. There is a cure for food allergy.

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* 12. Compared with before participating in this ECHO, my perception of approachability of food allergy specialists at Yale has improved.

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* 13. Compared with before participating in this ECHO, I am more likely to refer a patient with food allergies for an appointment with an allergist at Yale.

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* 14. Please rate your skills, knowledge and competence to address the following issues and topics BEFORE this ECHO series:

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Recognition of most important clinical questions to ask during food allergy evaluation
Determining best evaluation of food allergy through targeted blood tests
Determining when to counsel early introduction of allergenic foods versus avoidance of allergenic foods
Recognition of various epinephrine autoinjectors on the market, and an ability to teach patients about these medications
Recognition of clinical criteria for anaphylaxis, and an ability to teach patients about these criteria
Recognition of food allergy labelling laws in United States, and an ability to teach patients about these labels
Determining when a patient should be referred to an allergist for further testing or discussion

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* 15. Please rate your skills, knowledge and competence to address the following issues and topics AFTER this ECHO series:

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Recognition of most important clinical questions to ask during food allergy evaluation
Determining best evaluation of food allergy through targeted blood tests
Determining when to counsel early introduction of allergenic foods versus avoidance of allergenic foods
Recognition of various epinephrine autoinjectors on the market, and an ability to teach patients about these medications
Recognition of clinical criteria for anaphylaxis, and an ability to teach patients about these criteria
Recognition of food allergy labelling laws in United States, and an ability to teach patients about these labels
Determining when a patient should be referred to an allergist for further testing or discussion

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* 16. What was most valuable about this ECHO series?

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* 17. What was least valuable about this ECHO series?

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* 18. Would you like to continue interactions with this ECHO group?

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* 19. If you responded YES above, which topics/areas are you interested in continuing:

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* 20. If you would like to be contacted about future pediatric ECHO series, please provide your name and email address below:

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