Food Allergy Management and Prevention in Infants and Toddlers (FAMP-IT)
Quality Improvement Project
The Use of a Novel Clinical Support Tool to Enhance Food Allergy Management and
Prevention in Infants and Toddlers
MassGeneral Hospital for Children - Food Allergy Center has developed a web-based clinician support tool for primary care providers to provide concise information and relevant recommendations for food allergy management and prevention.
Providers participating in this quality improvement (QI) project will use the Food Allergy Management and Prevention for Infants and Toddlers (FAMP-IT) clinician support tool to screen patients at well-child visits under one year of age and subsequently modify their clinical practice to provide appropriate recommendations on early peanut introduction. The overarching goal of this project is to modify provider workflow at well-child visits to routinely incorporate a risk assessment for food allergy development and the provision of applicable guidance.
Accepted NAPNAP member applicants will be given free access to the QI project, and may earn 25 NAPNAP CE contact hours.