Community Allergists Partnership in Education
The ACAAI CAPE program explores the important opportunity of teaching in a community allergy practice and provides tools for each step along the way. Partnering between the community and academic realms to create office-based, clinical elective rotations, serves an important unmet need. By pairing learners (medical students, residents or fellows) with opportunities to learn in real-world settings, these elective rotations offer many benefits to our specialty - and healthcare in general - in addition to the direct benefits to teachers and learners.
The ACAAI CAPE program is made available as a benefit to College members only. Learn more about joining the College.
Medical professionals who treat patients with allergic and/or immunological conditions:
- Practicing allergist/immunologists
- Academic allergists including training program and division directors
- Allergy/Immunology students, residents and fellows-in-training
- Physician assistants and advanced practice nurses