Spotlight on the Annual Meeting
Patients are faced with many choices when finding a physician to help them treat and control their asthma. Here at the College, we know that the best experts in asthma are our allergists. It’s our members that have the expertise to develop treatment plans that will work with any patient’s lifestyle. If you’re looking to offer the latest and best asthma treatments to your patients, look no further than our 2018 Annual Scientific Meeting – featuring many sessions covering asthma diagnosis, treatments and the latest research. Check out the sessions at the meeting that are all about asthma:
It’s in the news. Your patients are asking questions. It’s also a hot topic at this year’s Annual Scientific Meeting, Nov. 15-19 in Seattle. It’s food allergy, and the College is providing meeting attendees with tools to help guide you through food allergy prevention, issues related to food allergy-related mortality, oral food challenges, and so much more.
New sessions this year that focus on food allergy include:
Exciting changes are coming for allied health members at the 2018 Annual Scientific Meeting Nov. 15-19 in Seattle. For the first time, the all-inclusive registration fee allows you to attend the Advanced Practice and Allied Health courses and the main general sessions, such as plenaries and symposia, throughout the entire meeting.
The Annual Meeting is now entirely formatted into 90-minute blocks which allows you the opportunity to maximize your time and learning. Friday morning’s Advanced Practice plenaries include:
Think you’ve got great research? The College has more ways for you to spotlight it than ever before! Get your abstracts (and medically challenging cases) ready for submission for presentation at our Annual Scientific Meeting, Nov. 15-19 in Seattle – and put your findings and ideas out there for the world to see.
Medically Challenging Cases
All-new this year! We told you this meeting was better than ever, right? The College now has a forum for you to share challenging cases you have managed. Your case should illustrate one of the following:
Our Annual Scientific Meeting in Seattle is all-new this year, with great new features, enhanced social events and so much more. It’s perfect for any stage in your journey – whether you are in training or a veteran allergist. As summer begins, mark your calendar for Nov. 15-19 and plan for a few days out of the office – you aren’t going to want to miss our Thursday and Monday programs.
On Thursday morning, you’ll get the scoop on how to use biologics in your practice. These medications are costly and often difficult to implement, and we’ve got the info you need to start using them in your practice right away. Prepare to dive into topics like:
The College Annual Meeting is a dynamic and riveting experience for Fellows- in-training (FITs).
Put Nov. 15-19 on your calendar because you’re going to want to join the College in Seattle for a whole new meeting experience. The 2018 Annual Scientific Meeting is all about you, and we’re shaking things up to bring you more of what you want.
“The theme for next year is Practice Empowerment: Patients. Community. Partners. We will profile the allergists unique role in working with our partners to better serve our patients,” said Todd Mahr, MD, FACAAI, vice president and program chair. “We will also highlight the many opportunities we have to work within our communities.”
As heard from 2017 Annual Scientific Meeting attendees: