You can view several sessions about asthma 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 here: https://education.aaaai.org/2016VAM
The following sessions are available for continuing education credit:
1001: Allergen Immunotherapy, Today and Tomorrow: Session I. Inhalant Allergens for Allergic Rhinitis and Asthma
1506: The Safety of Asthma and Allergy Medications During Pregnancy: New Horizons
1801: What Can Implementation Research Teach Us About the Management of Asthma?
2701: The Past, Present and Future of Asthma
2804: Adherence Challenges in Asthma: Pediatrics, Adolescents and Older Adults
2809: Novel Biologicals for Asthma and Allergic Rhinosinusitis
2815: When Writing a Script Just Isn't Enough: Strategies to Overcome Barriers Associated with Poor Asthma Control in Older Adults
3305: Severe Asthma in Children: From Mechanisms to Disease Modification
4301: Novel Endotypes of Asthma: Lessons from the AADCRC
4305: Immunologic Insights into Environmental Triggers of Asthma
Watch sessions for free and without credit here: https://education.aaaai.org/2016-non-cme-recordings
The following sessions do not offer continuing education credit:
1503: ILC2: Gateway to Th2 Inflammation
1601: The Origins of Childhood Asthma
1804: B-Regulatory Cells: No Longer Playing Second Fiddle to T Regs
2302: Lessons from Performing Guideline-Drive, Evidence-Based Asthma Interventions in the Real World: Who Benefits?
2551: Rhinovirus is More Important Than RSV in the Origin of Asthma
3701: ADT: Asthma Endotypes: What are the Therapeutic Implications?
3703: EORD: Importance of School Environments for Children with Asthma
4304: Phospholipases A2 and Lipid Mediators in the Pathogenesis of Asthma