2015 TAAIS Annual Meeting
ONLINE REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED. ON-SITE REGISTRATION WILL BE AVAILABLE AT THE MEETING.
This is a live activity on April 24-26, 2015.
The mission of the 270-member Texas Allergy, Asthma and Immunology Society is to improve the quality of life of Texans who suffer from allergies, asthma and immunodeficiences. We reach this goal by providing continuing education each year to our member allergists/immunologists and also to primary care physicians. Our 2015 Annual Meeting is geared towards allergists/immunologists from the State of Texas.
TAAIS Member Rate (MD and Allied Health): $250 - Contact TAAIS for Coupon Code
NonMember Physician Rate (includes Membership Dues): $475 - NO Coupon Code
NonMember Allied Health Rate (includes Membership Dues): $300 - Contact TAAIS for Coupon Code
Fellows: Free Contact TAAIS for Coupon Code
Physicians can earn up to 12.00 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM
Credit must be claimed by December 31, 2015. Any credit request on or after January 1, 2016 will be subject to an administrative fee.
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Upon completion of this activity, participants will be able to:
- Describe the findings from recent SLIT trials for allergic rhinitis.
- Understand the potential clinical utility of sublingual immunotherapy.
- Discuss important allergens and cross-reactivity within regions of Texas.
- Develop a differential diagnosis and management approach as well as an understanding of the heterogeneity of refractory asthma.
- Identify specific controversies of anaphylaxis and their implications regarding anaphylaxis management.
- Interpret the results of vaccine responses in patients being evaluated for immunodeficiency.
- Discuss theories on the pathogenesis of chronic urticaria and treatment options for refractory patients.
- Describe strategies for appropriate food elimination, treatment, and monitoring of EoE in children and adults.
- Identify characteristic features of various pruritic cutaneous diseases that may present to an allergist.
- Discuss recent data on beneficial and negative outcomes of food desensitization.
- Explain potential for quality improvement through meaningful use stage two EHR quality reports, patient engagement, and care coordination.
- 12.00 AttendanceAttendance credit.
- 12.00 CMECME credit.