Welcome to the Food Allergy and Adverse Reactions Education Page!

This page summarizes Continuing Medical Education (CME) learning opportunities and helpful resources for Food Allergy Education. Peruse the page for online courses created by members of the Adverse Reactions to Foods Committee, recorded sessions about food allergy from the 2016 AAAAI Annual meeting (both CME and non-CME), patient materials, and more.

Online Courses

Title Credit Type Event date Cost
Avoiding the Risks of Elimination Diets
  • 0.50 Attendance credits
  • 0.50 CE credits
  • 0.50 CME credits
Enduring $0.00
Oral Immunotherapy for Treatment of Food Allergy
  • 0.25 Attendance credits
  • 0.25 CE credits
  • 0.25 CME credits
Enduring $0.00
Early Peanut Introduction
  • 0.25 Attendance credits
  • 0.25 CE credits
  • 0.25 CME credits
Enduring $0.00
Component Testing for Food Allergy Diagnosis
  • 0.50 Attendance credits
  • 0.50 CE credits
  • 0.50 CME credits
Enduring $0.00
Food-Dependent Exercise-Induced Anaphylaxis
  • 0.25 Attendance credits
  • 0.25 CE credits
  • 0.25 CME credits
Enduring $0.00
Atopic Dermatitis and Food Allergy
  • 0.50 Attendance credits
  • 0.50 CE credits
  • 0.50 CME credits
Enduring $0.00
Diagnosis and Natural History of Peanut Allergy
  • 0.25 Attendance credits
  • 0.25 CE credits
  • 0.25 CME credits
Enduring $0.00

Food Allergy Sessions at 2016 Annual Meeting

You can view several sessions about food allergy that were presented at the 2016 AAAAI Annual Meeting. You have the option of purchasing all recordings from the meeting or selecting those of interest to you. Some sessions offer CME credit, but others do not.

Purchase the full meeting or individual sessions and begin earning continuing education credit herehttps://education.aaaai.org/2016VAM
The following food allergy sessions are available for continuing education credit: 

1505 - FPIES: What We Know, What We Don't Know and What We Still Need to Know
1806 - Non-IgE-Mediated Gastrointestinal Food Allergies in Children and Adults
3304 - Emerging and Current Diagnostics and Therapies for Eosinophilic Esophagitis
4810 - Sensitization to Food Allergens: Role of the Adaptive and Innate Immune System

Watch sessions for free and without credit here: https://education.aaaai.org/2016-non-cme-recordings 
The following food allergy sessions do not offer continuing education credit:

1551 - Allied Health: Precautionary Allergen Labeling Contains Useful Information
2303 - New Molecular Breakthroughs in the Study of Immunoglobulin E
2305 - Epigenetic Mechanisms in Allergic Diseases
2552 - Are You Nuts? Peanuts Should Not be Removed From Schools and Other Public Places
3101 - Clinical Insights Into the Prevention and Modification of Atopic Disease
3302 - T Cell Determination Heterogeneity and Hijacking in Allergic Disease
3551 - Eosinophilic Esophagitis: A Primary Disease of the Esophageal Mucosa
3552 - Skin Testing is Necessary Before Early Introduction of Peanut for Prevention of Peanut Allergy
4303 - State-of-the-Art: Update from the AADCRC Food Allergy Research Centers