All About the Annual Meeting
If you’re a fan of the smooth sounds of Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin, you won’t want to miss the Annual Fundraiser event at this year’s Annual Scientific Meeting on Sunday, Oct. 29. America’s Got Talent winner Landau Eugene Murphy Jr., will be performing “big band with a twist” live for your entertainment. Check out his inspiring story (and beautiful voice) in the video below.
With new and seemingly endless regulations, it’s more important than ever that your entire office team is on the same page. Luckily, you can all get the skills and training you need at the Annual Scientific Meeting, Oct. 26-30 in Boston. We’ve got sessions perfect for every member of your office, whether you are in clinical practice or a research center. And, registration is open now – so act quickly to get your first picks!
The Office Administrators Practice Management Course on Oct. 27 covers all the topics important to running your practice. Sessions cover:
Tracking your course through the College’s Annual Scientific Meeting has never been easier. Looking for the latest in food allergy, chronic cough or biologics? Want to focus your learning on one aspect of clinical care? We make it easy to find the most relevant sessions for you with our 9 critical allergy and immunology topic tracks.
Start planning your best Annual Meeting ever. Registration is now open.
The College has your back when it comes to your practice during the 2017 Annual Scientific Meeting Oct. 26-30 in Boston. There are a lot of sessions to choose from on our Practice Management and Professional Development track, all focused on helping your practice run as efficiently as possible. Sessions include:
Make your travel plans a little earlier for this year’s Annual Scientific Meeting, Oct. 26-20 in Boston. We have a great schedule of events laid out for you on Thursday. We’ve put together sessions that will help you move toward precision medicine in your practice - both in atopic dermatitis and food allergy.
On Thursday, Oct. 26, we’re taking a deep dive into atopic dermatitis. Topics to be covered include the epidemiology of atopic dermatitis, systemic aspects of atopic dermatitis, and the pathophysiology of atopic dermatitis, as well as the infectious complications, the role of contact allergy, and new treatments.
We’re excited to announce a unique opportunity – the Spark program – for first-year internal medicine or pediatric residents, and first- or second-year med-peds residents. The Spark program was created to help “spark” an interest in residents who might be considering a career in allergy and immunology. The College is providing $1,500 to help cover expenses for residents to spend three days at the 2017 ACAAI Annual Scientific Meeting in Boston, taking place Oct. 26-30.
With busy schedules to juggle and long travel times for some, it’s not always easy to make it to the Annual Scientific Meeting in person. This year, more than 50 allergists registered to attend the Virtual Meeting using their desktops or mobile devices. The live-streamed sessions really captured the feeling of being at the meeting! Attendees could chat with each other and ask questions in real time, and attendees connected from all over the world, even logging in from as far away as Lebanon. Questions were posed during the sessions, and other attendees jumped in to answer them, fostering a friendly peer discussion.