Food Allergy Courses
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|The Practice of Food Allergy (Virtual Meeting)||
2023 AAAAI Annual Meeting - Virtual Content Available
The 2023 AAAAI Annual Meeting is available for virtual participation through December 31, 2023. Visit the Annual Meeting website to register and access the virtual content. Sessions on Food Allergy include:
1021 Allied Health: Food Allergy Prevention: A Discussion of Current Evidence, Recommendations, Challenges and the Future
1207 Oral Immunotherapy for Food Allergy: A Clinical Practice Course
1529 Rapid Fire on Oral Immunotherapy (OIT): Five Foods, Five Allergists, Five Questions
1804 Genomics, Sociomics and Psychology of Food Allergy
2308 Allied Health: Beyond the Diagnosis: Other Aspects of Living with a Food Allergy
2311 Allied Health: Beyond the Ingredient List: Nuances of Food Product Labeling
2521 Beyond Learning Early About Peanut Allergy (LEAP): National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID)-Supported Studies in Peanut Allergy Prevention
2811 Food Challenges: Debates of Controversial and Challenging Issues
2812 Clarifying the Role, Pitfalls, and Approaches to Food Allergy Modeling
2821 Allied Health: Oral Food Challenges: Putting it All Together
3305 Adult Food Allergy: Not Just Big Kids
3705 FAED: Food Allergy: Then and Now
4101 Food Allergy Insights: Novel Observations in the Diagnosis and Management of Food Allergy
5301 Advances in the Science of Eosinophilic Esophagitis (EoE)
5305 Highlighting Early Stage Investigators in Food Allergy: Future of Our Specialty: Part 2
5404 Eosinophilic Esophagitis: The Role of Biologics
5802 Allied Health: Comorbid Presentation of Eating Disorders in the Context of Food Allergies: How to Identify and What to Do
5803 Allied Health: How to Improve the Nutritional Status of Your Food Allergy Patient
5805 Allied Health: Alleviating Pediatric Food Allergy Anxiety During Office Visits: What is Efficient, Effective and Evidence-Based?
5806 Allied Health: Boost Your Practice! How to Perform Food Challenges Safely and Efficiently
5808 Allied Health: Tree Nut Allergy Update
Food Allergy Resources for Healthcare Providers
FARE Virtual Contains: Courage Research Retreat
In the past this event was for food allergy researchers, but this year we are adding general sessions where our community can engage in important conversations with key medical experts and researchers in the food allergy space.
Additional Online Education
The Consortium of Eosinophilic Gastrointestinal Disease Researchers (CEGIR) has produced a series of educational videos for healthcare providers about eosinophilic GI disease. These videos do not offer continuing education credit. They can be viewed on the Rare Clinical Diseases Research Network website.
AAAAI Statements and Practice Parameters reflect the most current guidance available from the AAAAI on clinical topics related to allergies, asthma and immunologic disease.
Food Allergy Resources including an overview, explanation of symptoms and diagnosis, treatment and mangement, an action plan, information for patients, and more.
Collaborate with Food Allergy Professionals
Interested in collaborating with fellow AAAAI members who share a particular interest in Food Allergy Education? The FAED Interest Section is the community for AAAAI members interested in advancing the knowledge and understanding of food allergy diagnosis and treatment. Topics covered include: food allergy and eosinophilic disorders.
To learn more about the work of this interest section, contact one of the leaders below:
Vice Chair: Rima A. Rachid, MD FAAAAI
Secretary: Edwin H. Kim, MD FAAAAI
Staff Liaison: Jess May
Interested in aligning with FAED?
Becoming part of the FADDA community network is as simple as linking to your AAAAI personal member profiles and updating your profile to reflect your primary membership as FAED under the tab labeled Involvement.
Or, consider the work of the Adverse Reactions to Foods Committee. Its purpose is to promote education concerning the diagnosis, assessment and treatment of food allergies. NOTE: Interest Section Committees are open to all members of the AAAAI.