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Learning Objectives
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Learning Objective 1: Discuss and apply knowledge of the basic biology of IgE, mechanisms of class switch recombination to IgE, and structure and function of IgE receptors to understanding the pathogenesis of allergic diseases
Learning Objective 2: Develop a logical approach to evaluating patients with diseases associated with elevated IgE levels
Learning Objective 3: Define the role of and key differences among pattern recognition receptors
Learning Objective 4: Define the major functions of natural killer cells and identify current themes in their biology
Kelly D. Stone, MD PhD FAAAAI
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Disclosed potential conflicts of interest before beginning the activity
Demonstrated appropriate expertise in the subject area
Demonstrated effective presentation skills that engaged the audience
Provided syllabus materials that enhanced learning from the presentation
Should be invited to present at future courses
Provided a presentation that prepared you for your upcoming certification/recertification
Jordan S. Orange, MD PhD FAAAAI
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Disclosed potential conflicts of interest before beginning the activity
Demonstrated appropriate expertise in the subject area
Demonstrated effective presentation skills that engaged the audience
Provided syllabus materials that enhanced learning from the presentation
Should be invited to present at future courses
Provided a presentation that prepared you for your upcoming certification/recertification
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