Acute Allergy Registry

The National Allergy Centre of Excellence (NACE) has developed a purpose-built Acute Allergy Registry to shed more light on the prevalence and impact of allergies in children and adults.

When patients present at participating Victorian Hospital Emergency Departments with an acute allergic reaction or anaphylaxis, details will be recorded to help understand more about the triggers, symptoms and response.

The information will inform how future allergic reactions may be prevented, as well as how we can improve the clinical management of allergy patients who visit ED.

What is the purpose of the Registry?

The Registry will help us learn more about:

  • Who accesses acute emergency care and why, including common triggers for allergic reactions
  • How allergic reactions are treated and managed in emergency departments
  • What new tools might help improve emergency allergy care
  • How we can ensure ED allergy care is best practice.

For further enquiries about the Acute Allergy Registry, please contact the NACE on (03) 9936 6752 or

Acute Allergy Registry

Acute Allergy Registry

Professor Kirsten Perrett, NACE Director and Paediatric Allergist, discusses the Acute Allergy Registry – Tune in

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