Explore these archived CLC webinars which are free to College members. 

  • Access and Equity in Asthma Care - Bridgette Jones, MD MS; This webinar explores disparities in asthma prevalence and outcomes exist across racial and ethnic groups in the United States and how to close the health disparity gap. (5/26/2022)
  • Angioedema and Urticaria: Issues and Management - John Hagan, MD; This talk addresses the practice gap of misdiagnosis in evaluation of chronic urticaria and evaluation and management of chronic urticaria and angioedema. (4/22/2021)
  • Allergen Immunotherapy – Dust Mites, Ragweed & More - D. Bernstein, MD;  This webinar discusses the complexities of using allergen immunotherapy in the care of the allergic patient. (12/6/2021)
  • Asthma Monitoring for the Digital Age - J. Meadows, MD, FACAAI; This webinar discusses advancements in asthma monitoring via digital inhalers. (1/27/2022) 
  • Asthma & Racial Disparities - M. Foggs, MD, DFACAAI; C. Zachary, MD, FACAAI; In this webinar, our experts address clinical care, community action and health policy to benefit minorities with asthma. (7/29/2020)
  • Atopic Dermatitis - Vital Issues and Skin of Color - K. Maples, MD, FACAAI; This webinar discusses differences that need to be considered in diagnosing and managing atopic dermatitis in skin of color. (5/18/2021)
  • Atopic Dermatitis: Diversity in Presentation - M. Rathkopf, MD; This webinar describes how AD can present in diverse ways depending on age and underlying type and color of skin. (10/27/2022)
  • Biologic Basics: The Type 2 Connection - J. Tracy, MD, FACAAI; This webinar explores the role TH2 inflammation plays as a component of both the diseases state and opportunities for therapy. (8/25/2022)
  • Breathe Easier: Smoking Facts & Cessation Tips - T. Mahr, MD; Understanding the health risks of smoking and e-cigarettes and how to utilize nicotine medications.  (3/25/2021)
  • Chronic Cough Concerns - J. W. Sublett, MD; This webinar discusses how the etiology and management of chronic cough is challenging for both patient and provider due to the wide differential and/or multifactorial nature (11/17/2022)
  • Chronic Rhinosinusitis with Nasal Polyps: Bench to Bedside and Beyond - A. Keswani, MD, MSCI; W. Stevens, MD, PhD; S. Cho, MD; This webinar describes the underlying pathophysiology of CRSwNP to determine when it may be advantageous to use one treatment method over another. (6/2/2020)
  • COPD Phenotypes - V. Tejwani, MD, FACAAI; This webinar discusses how a better understanding of phenotypes may allow identification of treatable traits and a precision medicine paradigm for COPD. (7/26/2022)
  • COVID Vaccines: What the Allergist Needs to Know - N. Patel, MD, FACAAI; This webinar will focus on what Allergists need to know about the anticipated COVID vaccines and what can they do to prepare their practice. (10/28/2020)
  • Food Allergy or Food Intolerance? - J. Lieberman, MD, FACAAI; This webinar will help clinicians to educate patients on non-validated tests and the differences between intolerances and allergies. (10/28/2021)
  • HAE - Looking Into the Future - T. Craig, DO, FACAAI; J. Bernstein, MD, FACAAI; This webinar will update you to the new guidelines and new medications for HAE. (12/17/2020)
  • How Can We Make Anaphylaxis Less Scary for Patients? - D. Stukus, MD, FACAAI; In this webinar, we examine how patient education concerning anaphylaxis requires improvement from medical professionals. (12/7/2022)
  • Implementing Peanut OIT in Your Practice - B. Vickery MD; Joel M. Hartman, MD; M. Razi Rafeeq, MD; This webinar addresses key considerations for implementing peanut OIT, including patient selection, risks and side-effects, policies and procedures, and office setup. (12/7/2022)
  • Long COVID-19 - P. Parikh, MD; This webinar discusses the diagnosis, treatment, and management of long haul COVID-19, also known as Post Acute Sequellae of COVID-19 infection or PASC. (4/28/2022)
  • Managing Your Asthma Patients During COVID - J. Romeo, DO, FACAAI; In this webinar, our expert discusses how to best manage patients during the COVID-19 pandemic. (05/28/2020)
  • Meeting the Challenges of Severe Pediatric Asthma - M. Blaiss, MD; W. Anderson, MD; B. Chipps, MD; In this webinar, our experts address the complexities of understanding and managing severe asthma in pediatric patients. (7/27/2022)
  • Monkeypox for the Allergist - K. Convers, MD; S. Kodoth, MD; N. Patel, MD;  This webinar addresses the epidemiology, diagnosis, treatment and vaccines for monkeypox. We will also look at vaccine side effects and special populations. (9/15/2022)
  • Moving Towards Equity: Disparities in Food Allergy - R. Gupta, MD; J. Wang, MD; C. Davis, MD; Our experts discuss moving the needle towards equitable allergy and asthma care for all patients and practitioners, in all communities – particularly communities of color. (2/9/2022)
  • New therapeutic options to manage difficult to control asthma - S. Mustafa, MD; There are many new therapies for patients with asthma, but many providers are unaware of these new options, and uncertain about when to use them and for which patients. (11/11/2021)
  • New Treatment Options in Atopic Dermatitis - L. Fonacier, MD, FACAAI; Allergists need to be familiar with the many new treatment options for AD that have been approved since December of 2021. (6/22/2022)
  • Oral Corticosteroids - G. Marshall, MD, PhD; Allergists should be able better understand and utilize the SCS history for individual asthma patients to determine whether and when additional therapeutic options should be considered. (3/10/2022)
  • Past, Present and Future of Asthma Monitoring Devices - J. Meadows, MD, FACAAI; R. Merchant, MD, FACAAI; This webinar provides a closer look at asthma monitoring devices. (2/18/2020)
  • Risk Factors for the Development of Asthma and Food Allergies -  A. Hogan, MD, FACAAI. This webinar discusses risk factors in children for the development of food allergies. (6/24/2021)
  • The September Asthma Peak - J. Katcher, MD - The September asthma peak accounts for additional asthma morbidity and healthcare utilization/expenditures, and more can be done to prevent those peaks. (8/26/2021)
  • Sleep Issues: The Effects of Allergies, Asthma and Related Conditions - B. Robertson, MD, FAAP, FACAAI. This webinar will educate allergy specialists on sleep problems and how allergic conditions affect sleep. (2/25/2021)
  • SLIT: Single vs. Multiple Allergens Approach - M. Calderon, MD - This webinar is aimed at having a better understanding, based on EBM, on the use of single SLIT therapy products for polysensitized / polyallergic patients. (3/24/2022)
  • State of the Art Food Immunotherapy - E. Kim, MD, MS; K. Anagnostou, MD, PhD; Allergists need to have the most up to date knowledge of emerging food allergy therapies to be able to educate their patients and choose an appropriate therapy. (6/7/2022)
  • Step Up Care for Childhood Asthma - The Pediatric Asthma Yardstick - B. Chipps, MD, FACAAI; L. Bacharier, MD, FACAAI; The Pediatric Asthma Yardstick provides an in-depth assessment of when and how to step-up therapy for children with poorly-controlled asthma. (2/28/2019)
  • Telemedicine and Digital Health Post-COVID - T. Elliott, MD, FAAAAI, FACAAI; This webinar discusses the use of teleheatlh (including telemedicine, remote monitoring, and e-consultations) for management of allergic disease. (7/30/2021)
  • Vaccine Hesitancy - How to Improve Respiratory Outcomes - J. Kelso, MD; Understand the rationale for vaccine recommendations and reasons for vaccine hesitancy. (1/26/2021)
  • What the Allergist Needs to Know about Monoclonal Antibody Therapy - L. Davidson, MD, FIDSA; G. Marshall, MD, PhD, FACAAI; This webinar addresses key information that allergists need to know regarding the FDA Emergency Use Authorization of monoclonal antibodies in the treatment of COVID-19. (8/31/2021)