How to Prevent, Recognize, and Respond to an Anaphylaxis Emergency
Be prepared to manage a life-threatening allergic reaction.
Anaphylaxis can be caused by foods, insects, drugs, and other allergens, so the importance of knowing how and when to administer epinephrine cannot be overstated. You can save a life with swift recognition of anaphylaxis and correct auto-injector administration.
Anaphylaxis and Epinephrine Training for Groups & Individuals
As you learn, you’ll have direct access to healthcare professionals for guidance and support
Our epinephrine training courses will teach you to recognize the signs of anaphylaxis, and provide instruction on how to use an epinephrine auto-injector (such as an Epi-Pen or Auvi-Q).
Online Learning Experiences
Learn how and when to use an epinephrine auto-injector. Great for childcare providers who need certification!
Learn how and when to use an epinephrine auto-injector. Don’t miss this special edition for parents!
This case-based session is led by a board-certified allergist. Great for anyone with questions about epinephrine!
Training WorkshopsYour focused guide and toolkit for planning and leading an epinephrine auto-injector workshop for school staff.
Stock Epinephrine Laws By State
Stock epinephrine is prescribed to entities, such as schools, rather than individuals. Each state has its own laws on obtaining, stocking, and using epinephrine on a person experiencing anaphylaxis. Learn more about your state’s laws on the map below.