This list includes CME and non-CME activities that are not programmed or accredited by the AAAAI, but that may be of interest to AAAAI members or other healthcare providers working in allergy/immunology. Visit the organizations' sites to determine if CME/CE credit will be offered.

For more information about any of these activities, please contact the sponsoring organizations named in the session descriptions.

To request the addition of an event to this listing, please contact the AAAAI Education Staff at cme@aaaai.org.


October 2019

Fifteenth Annual Respiratory Disease Young Investigator's Forum
National Jewish Health will host this mentorship and advancement opportunity on October 10-13, 2019 in Chicago. The Forum is designed for pediatric, pulmonary, and allergy/immunology fellows and early career physician scientists. The course is accredited to offer AMA PRA Category 1 CME CreditsTM for physicians and is supported by an educational grant from AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals LP. Abstracts in Basic Science Research and Clinical Research can now be submitted through June 26, 2019. For more information and to register, visit the National Jewish Health website.

Arizona Asthma Coalition's 13th Annual Asthma and Allergy Clinical Conference
This year's conference, titled 'Wheezing and Sneezing in the Desert,' will be held on October 12 from 7:15 am - 4:00 pm at the University of Arizona Phoenix Biomedical Campus. For more information and to register, visit their website

January 2020

University of South Florida's 2020 Symposium Update in Allergy and Immunology
This annual event will take place January 17-18, 2020 in Tampa, Florida. Click here to access their online brochure for more information.


Online or Ongoing

AAMC Leadership Education and Development (LEAD) Certificate Program
The Association of American Medical Colleges is accepting applications for a new cohort of participants in the LEAD Certificate Program. Designed for early- to mid-career faculty, the program provides a firm foundation in the best practices and recognized theoretical models of effective educational leadership that are key to advancing medical education at all levels.  Participants (Fellows) gain knowledge, skills, values, and real-life application that faculty and professionals in academic medicine need to be successful educational leaders. For more information and to apply, visit the LEAD Certificate Program webpage.

Clinical Advances in Allergy Management
Clinical Advances in Allergy Management is a Medscape website that offers a unique collection of educational activities delivered by leading experts in the field designed to address the challenges of allergy management: selecting the most effective treatment approach, improving patient adherence to treatment, and utilizing the latest available therapies. Visit Medscape to review the resources currently available.

American Lung Association Asthma Educator Institute
The American Lung Association Asthma Educator Institute is a two-day preparatory course for those qualified to take the National Asthma Educator Certification Board (NAECB) examination. Developed in January 2003, the Asthma Educator Institute was recently updated to reflect the National Asthma Education and Prevention Program Expert Panel Report 3: Guidelines for the Diagnosis and Management of Asthma. Visit the ALA website for more information.

American Lung Association LUNG FORCE Expos
LUNG FORCE Expos are a great opportunity for patients and healthcare professionals to learn more about the latest trends, resources and research surrounding lung cancer, COPD, asthma and other lung diseases. Click HERE for more information and to find an Expo near you.