This presentation is an overview of what is commonly recommended for ENT allergy practices. The concept of allergy testing and preparing treatment has been constant but the standard practice of care and SOP’s have evolved to make for a safer and more therapeutic treatment for the allergic patient.
MEET THE SPEAKER:
Pam Lowry, R.N.
Pam Lowry is a Registered Nurse who has been involved with allergy for over 40 years. She initially worked with Dr. James W. Willoughby, MD in Kansas City, MO for 15 years treating allergy patients that were “treatment failures” from around the country. For the last 22 years, Pam has been offering allergy training and consulting services. Until recently she actively worked in an ENT allergy clinic providing “hands-on” patient care.
Pam offers a unique perspective to clients with her attendance and participation at conferences focused on both Allergist and ENT protocols. This allows for blended techniques if Providers so choose.
New clinic setup and training is Pam’s specialty. These engagements focus on the “8 to 5” job functions and duties in an allergy department. Everything from custom forms and consents, to policy and procedure guidelines are included and after 2 days on-site clinics are 100% ready to test and treat their allergy patients.