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Table 3 Number (percentage) of correct answers given for each question on each assessment

From: The development and implementation of a training package for dietitians on cow’s milk protein allergy in infants and children based on UK RCPCH competencies for food allergies – a pilot study

Question topic Pre course correct On the day correct Post course correct
N (%) N (%) N (%)
Allergy definition 26(81) 31(97) 31(97)
Anaphylaxis 32(100) 31(97) 32(100)
Eczema & food allergy 32(100) 30(94) 32(100)
Eczema & food allergy 18(56) 17(53) 29(91)
Symptoms 23(72) 31(97) 31(97)
Allergy vs intolerance 28(87.5) 32(100) 30(94)
Milk formulae 29(91) 31(97) 32(100)
Milk formulae 26(81) 28(87.5) 31(97)
Milk formulae 25(78) 28(87.5) 31(97)
Milk formulae 29(91) 32(100) 32(100)
Which formula to recommend (case scenario) 30(94) 30(94) 31(97)
Which formula to recommend (case scenario) 18(56) 25(78) 21(66)
Which formula to recommend (case scenario) 26(81) 28(87.5) 29(91)
Diagnosis 28(87.5) 32(100) 32(100)
Skin prick testing 25(78) 28(87.5) 27(84)
Specific IgE 15(47) 21(66) 22(69)
Specific IgE 28(87.5) 23(72) 24(75)
Food challenges 32(100) 32(100) 32(100)
Cross reactions 28(87.5) 31(97) 32(100)
Cross contamination 25(78) 32(100) 32(100)
Milk ingredients 20(62.5) 29(91) 29(91)
Managing CMPA in schools (32(100) 32(100) 32(100)
Appropriate resources 32(100) 31(97) 30(94)
Food challenging 28(87.5) 32(100) 32(100)
Food challenging 31(97) 30(94) 31(97)
Hidden sources of milk 32(100) 32(100) 32(100)
When to refer on 26(81) 27(84) 27(84)