Sample Allergy & Anaphylaxis Action Plans

Allergy Action Plan

Allergy & Anaphylaxis Action Plan Templates

For anyone managing Anaphylaxis, the following organisations in relevant locations have published sample Anaphylaxis Action Plans

These are provided as a guide only. Each student should have an individual Healthcare Emergency Action Plan completed in conjunction with their allergist or healthcare professional.


Sample Anaphylaxis Action Plan Ireland

Sample action plan on managing an allergic reaction is available from IFAN at the link below


Sample Anaphylaxis Action Plan United Kingdom

For users of EpiPen, Jext or Emerade you can access sample plans below from the British Society for Allergy & Clinical Immunology.

There is also a link to a generic plan for those assessed as not needing an adrenaline auto-injector

Plans are available from BSACI allergy action plan 


Sample Anaphylaxis Action Plan USA

For users of EpiPen, Auvi Q, Symjepi or Impax  you can access sample plans below from FARE

Plans are available from FARE


Sample Anaphylaxis Action Plan Canada

For users of EpiPen, Allerject or Emerade you can access sample plans below from Food Allergy Canada

Plans are available from Food Allergy Canada


Sample Anaphylaxis Action Plan Australia

For users of EpiPen®  you can access sample plans below from ASCIA

All plans should be reviewed by your allergy consultant or healthcare professional 


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DisclaimerThe information provided on this website is for informational purposes only and is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Allergy Lifestyle Limited (t/a Allergy Lifestyle) uses reasonable endeavours to check the accuracy of information provided however no warranty is given that they are error-free. The user accepts that changes are made to protocols periodically and that the user shall be solely and absolutely responsible for using and administering any medication.   Always seek the advice of an allergy specialist and follow your anaphylaxis emergency care.

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