American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology (ACAAI) 2018 Annual Scientific Meeting
The target audience for this medical event is Medical professionals who treat patients with allergic and/ or immunological conditions: Practicing Allergist/Immunologists, Allergy/Immunology Fellows-in-Training, Physician Assistants, Advanced Practice Nurses, Allied Health Professionals, Primary Care Physicians, Other Medical Professionals. This CME Conference has been approved for a maximum of 25.00 CME Credits.
Get the all-new Annual Scientific Meeting experience! The Annual Meeting Program Committee is hard at work developing best-in-class educational sessions for this year’s Annual Meeting - Practice Empowerment. Patients. Community. Partners. The program is perfect for the stage you are at in your journey - whether you are a veteran allergist or a Fellow-in-Training. And, you can bring your whole team for sessions just for allied health providers and office administrators.
Arrive early for the Thursday program focused on immunomodulators/biologics, and stay through Monday to hear about the latest changes in the allergy continuum and to attend the MOC Continuous Assessment Pilot (CAP) Review. All weekend, catch new session formats like ask the expert roundtables and interdisciplinary panels. The much-loved Annual Lit. Review returns, covering everything you should have read but didn't. Cheer for your favorite team at the rowdy FIT Bowl & catch up with friends (and make some new ones) at the Welcome Reception.
We'll take a deep dive into topics like the phases of allergy practice, eczema, injectable epinephrine, FPIES, food allergy management, contact dermatitis, urticaria, allergic rhinitis, sinusitis asthma education and management, spirometry, asthma medication devices, rashes, drug allergy, PID, venom allergy, difficult-to-control asthma, keeping your practice healthy, 'the yellow zone,' genetic testing, peanut and tree nut allergy, treating COPD, immunotherapy, food allergy challenges, angioedema and HAE, secondary immune deficiency, food allergy research, steroid-treated patients, dysfunctional breathing, telehealth, challenges in clinical practice, physician wellness, lung function testing, integrative medicine, immunoglobulin replacement, preventing food allergy, oral immunotherapy, anaphylaxis, MOC, severe asthma, pediatric allergy, biologics, and coding and government regulations.
Educational Objectives :
At the conclusion of this activity, participants should be able to:
• Identify major advances in key areas of cutting-edge research in immunologic mechanisms and allergic responses, including anaphylaxis and pathophysiology of the upper airways, lungs, eyes, skin and gastrointestinal tract.
• Demonstrate knowledge of basic processes linking molecular and cellular biology and genetics with allergic pathophysiology and immunodeficiency.
• Translate emerging clinical science principles to clinical practice in patients with allergic and immunologic diseases.
• Evaluate and implement state-of-the-art diagnostic and therapeutic strategies for treating patients with allergic and immunologic diseases.
• Explain the impact of environmental exposures and external influences on patients with allergic disorders.
• Recognize emerging trends in the prevalence of allergic and immunologic disorders and discuss their impact on public health.
• Evaluate the impact of new diagnostic and therapeutic strategies on health care costs and outcomes.
• Discuss processes, tools and technologies for the efficient allergy and immunology practice.
College member early rates may start at: USD 450.0
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