2014 New England Society of Allergy Fall Meeting
This is a live activity on October 25-26, 2014 in Woodstock, VT
Online registration is closed. Onsite registration will open on October 25th at 8:00am
NESA provides ongoing educational meetings to allow our membership to keep up to date with the latest developments in the field of Allergy and Immunology. Our target audience consists of NESA members, any physician interested in the field of Allergy and Immunology (including fellows in training), and any Allied Health professional (including RNs, Nurse Practitioners, Physician Assistants) interested in increasing their fund of knowledge in the field.
Rate Thru October 15, 2014
NESA Member (MD and AH) Rate: $150 Members only, use coupon MEMNESA14
Non-Member Rate: $275
Fellows: $0 Enter coupon NESAFELLOWS
NO Emeritus member discount!
Registration on and after October 16, 2014:
NESA Member Rate: $250
Non-Member Rate: $375
Saturday Night Social Events:
Saturday Poster and Cocktail Reception
Saturday Night Dinner (See fees below and select options below)
- Saturday Dinner with Spouse/Guest Fee: $50
- Saturday Dinner Whole Family Fee (two or more guest): $75
Residents or Allergy Fellows-in-Training; NO FEE, unless fellow is bringing a guest or family member(s) to the dinner
RSVP response for Saturday night Society dinner required (registered attendee’s cost is included in registration but please RSVP specifically if you are planning to attend the dinner to allow us to plan appropriately for the reception).
Credit must be claimed by June 30, 2015. Any credit request on or after July 1, 2015 will be subject to an administrative fee.
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- Nurse Practitioners
- Allied Health Professionals
Upon completion of this program, participants should be able to: 1. To review the definition of food allergy. 2. To review causes and diagnostics and prevention of food allergy. 3. To determine the molecular mechanisms of food allergy immunotherapy. 4. To describe and evaluate the evolution of the controversy regarding safety of LABAs in the management of asthma. 5. To apply a framework for the optimal use of LABAs in persistent asthma. 6. To review data from longitudinal cohort studies informing the natural history of asthma from childhood through adulthood. 7. To discuss new investigations into the early life origins of allergy and asthma. 8. To review the basics of prescribing intravenous and subcutaneous IgG replacement therapy. 9. To identify how to prevent and manage common complications of IgG replacement. 10. To discuss the concepts of the TREC assay as a marker of T cell development. 11. To describe the general procedure for following up an abnormal TREC screen.
- 6.00 AttendanceAttendance credit.
- 7.00 CECE credit.
- 6.00 CMECME credit.