Anaphylaxis, Urticaria, and Angioedema Courses
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Anaphylaxis, Urticaria, and Angioedema Resources for Healthcare Providers
AAAAI Statements and Practice Parameters reflect the most current guidance available from the AAAAI on clinical topics related to allergies, asthma and immunologic disease.
Connect with Anaphylaxis, Urticaria and Angioedema Professionals
Interested in collaborating with fellow AAAAI members who share a particular interest in Anaphylaxis, Urticaria and Angioedema? The ADDA Interest Section is the community for AAAAI members interested in advancing the knowledge and understanding of food allergy diagnosis and treatment. Topics covered include: anaphylaxis, dermatology, and drug allergy.
To learn more about the work of this interest section, contact one of the leaders below:
Chair: Julie Wang, MD FAAAAI
Vice Chair: Kimberly G. Blumenthal, MD MSc FAAAAI
Secretary: Miguel A. Park, MD
Staff Liaison: Lauri Sweetman
Interested in aligning with ADDA?
Becoming part of the ADDA community network is as simple as linking to your AAAAI personal member profiles and updating your profile to reflect your primary membership as ADDA under the tab labeled Involvement.
Or, consider the work of the Allergic Skin Diseases Committee. Its purpose is to facilitate education and research activities in advancing knowledge and improving care for atopic dermatitis, urticaria, angioedema, contact dermatitis and other related immune-mediated skin diseases. . NOTE: Interest Section Committees are open to all members of the AAAAI.
Anaphylaxis, Urticaria, and Angioedema Resources for Patients
AAAAI’s Tools for the Public offers a variety of resources for patients, including videos, interactive quizzes, and downloadable handouts to learn more about allergic and immunologic conditions. These include:
School Tools, a library of resources to keep children with allergic disease - including those who have experienced anaphylaxis - safe at school.