Recruitment

Recruitment Status
Completed
Estimated Enrollment
220

Inclusion Criteria

Family who can have an internet access
Children which parents have received study's information
Patients who have a medical insurance.
...
Family who can have an internet access
Children which parents have received study's information
Patients who have a medical insurance.
IgE mediated food allergy
Child from 8 to 12 years old (included)
Child who can have a medical examination before inclusion (art. L.1121-11 du CSP).

Exclusion Criteria

Child with chronic disease, except asthma and atopic dermatitis
Patients who already had a therapeutic education for food allergy
Patient already included in another study
...
Child with chronic disease, except asthma and atopic dermatitis
Patients who already had a therapeutic education for food allergy
Patient already included in another study
Non IgE mediated food allergy

Summary

Conditions
IgE Mediated Food Allergy
Type
Interventional
Design
  • Allocation: Randomized
  • Intervention Model: Parallel Assignment
  • Masking: None (Open Label)
  • Primary Purpose: Supportive Care

Participation Requirements

Age
Between 8 years and 12 years
Gender
Both males and females

Description

Food allergy affects 5 - 6% of children. The major risk is anaphylaxis by ingestion of the forbidden allergen. The child and his family have to learn to deal with this risk. Therapeutic education can help the children to take care of their allergy. Food allergy limits the child socialisation, leads ...

Food allergy affects 5 - 6% of children. The major risk is anaphylaxis by ingestion of the forbidden allergen. The child and his family have to learn to deal with this risk. Therapeutic education can help the children to take care of their allergy. Food allergy limits the child socialisation, leads to anxiety/fear, and impairs health-related quality of life. In the day of today, there is no cure treatment. Also, improve the quality of life is one of the goals of the food allergy management. The impact of therapeutic education on quality of life has never been studied. We intend to study the impact of therapeutic education on the quality of life of children from 8 to 12 years old with IgE mediated food allergy. Our hypothesis is the quality of life can be improved by therapeutic education.

Inclusion Criteria

Family who can have an internet access
Children which parents have received study's information
Patients who have a medical insurance.
...
Family who can have an internet access
Children which parents have received study's information
Patients who have a medical insurance.
IgE mediated food allergy
Child from 8 to 12 years old (included)
Child who can have a medical examination before inclusion (art. L.1121-11 du CSP).

Exclusion Criteria

Child with chronic disease, except asthma and atopic dermatitis
Patients who already had a therapeutic education for food allergy
Patient already included in another study
...
Child with chronic disease, except asthma and atopic dermatitis
Patients who already had a therapeutic education for food allergy
Patient already included in another study
Non IgE mediated food allergy

Tracking Information

NCT #
NCT02106169
Collaborators
  • French Society of Allergology
  • Stallergenes laboratories
  • Picot-Lactalis laboratory
  • ALK Industries
Investigators
  • Principal Investigator: Chantal KARILA, MD, PhD Necker hospital
  • Chantal KARILA, MD, PhD Necker hospital