The ACT on CMA CampaignInteractive MAP Guideline

An educational initiative, known as ACT on CMA, has led to the development of this website, to support GPs and other healthcare professionals in using the MAP Guideline.

The key to the diagnosis of CMA, especially delayed onset non-IgE-mediated mild to moderate CMA, is in making the link between this expression of CMA and its often subtle and diverse symptoms.

For this to happen, both parents and healthcare professionals must ACT.

ACT stands for:

  • A: awareness of the symptoms
  • C: connect the symptoms together
  • T: take action by using the MAP Guideline to recognise, diagnose and manage CMA

Read more about current practice and management of CMA and download the "“.

Challenge of Delayed Reactions report