Stay for the entire meeting

| May 28, 2019

Stay for the entire meeting

Plan ahead for the Annual Scientific Meeting, Nov. 7 – 11 in Houston. With the theme New Frontiers – Advocating for Patients, Practices and Research, this meeting will offer out of this world education for allergists at every career stage. We have sessions for you and everyone in your office.  

The meeting is packed with informative sessions and workshops all weekend. As you are planning your trip, make room in your schedule to attend sessions on Thursday and Monday to add value to your meeting experience.

Thursday’s all-day International Food Allergy Symposium is a great opportunity to get a global perspective on this important topic. Six international and 12 national experts will focus on the ins and outs of food allergy diagnosis, management, research and so much more.

From prevention and prevalence to treatment and future issues, you’ll get a thorough understanding of food allergy on the world stage. To top off the day’s lectures, don’t miss the Texas Pro/Con Thunderdome! Enjoy three pro/con debates where two allergists passionately debate the latest food allergy issues. Refreshments will be served!

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Get it all in one day – timely, topical, up-to-date information by experts from all over the world. Don’t miss it!

Bring it all together on Monday with these practical can’t-miss sessions:

  • Urticaria: Are You Itching to Learn More – Learn about the diagnosis and treatment of patients with spontaneous and inducible urticarias.
  • Climate Change and Natural Disasters – The Central Role of Allergists – Help your patients prepare for the shifts in allergy timing and crisis management brought on by sudden or long-term changes in their surroundings. 
  • New Horizons in Chronic Rhinosinusitis – Explore new medical and surgical approaches and discuss the coming revolution of biologic therapies for chronic rhinosinusitis with and without nasal polyps.
  • Managing the Patient with Recurrent Infections – Review common issues in the management of both, adult and pediatric patients with primary immunodeficiencies.
  • Continuous Assessment Program (CAP) Review – Be prepared for the second ABAI cycle by attending this literature-style review covering most of the articles chosen by the ABAI. Each presenter will focus on key aspects of the study design, results and implications for practice.

The complete program will be available soon and registration opens in early August. Plan ahead to stay for the entire meeting!