Amena Warner currently working as Head of Clinical Services for Allergy UK, helping to raise awareness of Allergy both nationally and internationally, supporting the aims of the charity. Previously working as a Clinical Nurse Specialist in IMMUNOLOGY & ALLERGY for an NHS Hospital Trust. Trained at University College, London in 1979 after studying the 3 sciences at A level. Paediatric training was gained at Great Ormond Street Hospital. Public Health & Specialist Practice in School Nursing qualification was gained in 1994. Going into schools and conducting health assessments on children made me very aware of the rising incidence of Allergy. I joined the Royal College of Nursing Immunology & Allergy Nurses group as well as the British Society of Allergy & Clinical Immunology (BSACI) becoming the first Nurse to sit on the BSACI council and starting the National Nurses in Allergy Group.
Allergy UK is the leading national charity dedicated to supporting the estimated 21 million allergy sufferers in the UK. We also help to educate health care professionals who work with patients with allergic conditions.
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