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  • Dermot Ryan,
  • Bertine Flokstra - de Blok,
  • Evangeline Clark,
  • Clara Gaudin,
  • Myriam Mamodaly,
  • Janwillem Kocks,
  • Jantina van der Velde,
  • Elisabeth Angier,
  • Kerstin Romberg,
  • Radoslaw Gawlik,
  • Pascal Demoly,
Dermot Ryan
The University of Edinburgh Usher Institute of Population Health Sciences and Informatics

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Bertine Flokstra - de Blok
General Practitioners Research Institute (GPRI) Groningen The Netherlands
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Evangeline Clark
Montpellier Universite d'Excellence
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Clara Gaudin
Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Nantes
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Myriam Mamodaly
Montpellier Universite d'Excellence
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Janwillem Kocks
General Practitioners Research Institute (GPRI) Groningen The Netherlands
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Jantina van der Velde
Universitair Medisch Centrum Groningen
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Elisabeth Angier
University of Southampton
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Kerstin Romberg
Health Care Centre Näsets Läkargrupp Höllviken
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Radoslaw Gawlik
Slaski Uniwersytet Medyczny w Katowicach Wydzial Zdrowia Publicznego
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Pascal Demoly
Montpellier Universite d'Excellence
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Montpellier Universite d'Excellence
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Most patients presenting with allergies are first seen by primary care health professionals. The perceived knowledge gaps and educational needs were recently assessed in response to which the LOGOGRAM Task Force was established with the remit of constructing pragmatic flow-diagrams for common allergic conditions in line with an earlier EAACI proposal to develop simplified pathways for the diagnosis and management of allergic diseases in primary care. To address the lack of accessible and pragmatic guidance, we designed flow-diagrams for five major clinical allergy conditions: asthma, anaphylaxis, food allergy, drug allergy and urticaria. Existing established allergy guidelines were collected and iteratively distilled to produce five pragmatic and accessible tools to aid diagnosis and management of these common allergic problems. Ultimately, they should now be validated prospectively in primary care settings.
05 Nov 2021Submitted to Allergy
05 Nov 2021Submission Checks Completed
05 Nov 2021Assigned to Editor
07 Nov 2021Reviewer(s) Assigned
26 Nov 2021Review(s) Completed, Editorial Evaluation Pending
28 Nov 2021Editorial Decision: Revise Minor
10 Feb 20221st Revision Received
10 Feb 2022Submission Checks Completed
10 Feb 2022Assigned to Editor
11 Feb 2022Review(s) Completed, Editorial Evaluation Pending
13 Feb 2022Editorial Decision: Accept
Sep 2022Published in Allergy volume 77 issue 9 on pages 2618-2633. 10.1111/all.15273