On Demand 2023 Saturday AM General Sessions
This collection covers general sessions from Saturday's program. This includes plenaries, and symposia. The sessions listed below are included in this package:
- Opening Ceremony and Welcome Announcements
- Presidential Plenary - Trending Topics in Allergy and Immunology
- Editor's Pick - Best Articles from Annals of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology
- Is There a Mild Food Allergy Phenotype?
- Recent Advances in Diagnosis and Monitoring of Respiratory Conditions
- Physical Urticaria Provocation: Diagnostics and Interpretation
The American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology (ACAAI) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
The American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology (ACAAI) designates this enduring material for a maximum of 7.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
Upon completion of this session, participants should be able to:
- Understand the FDA/CBER’s role in food allergen monitoring and the recent decision surrounding food allergen labeling.
- Discuss the rationale for, and the role of, ICS-SABA in asthma management.
- Consider potential changes in therapeutic options, future management of anaphylaxis.
- Identify and manage ‘Mild’ food-allergic patients.
- Describe new approaches to patient management, such as single, low-dose food challenges.
- Discuss the use of a food allergy scoring system in development.
- Review the history and clinical implications of race-based spirometry.
- Describe how respiratory conditions can be evaluated and managed via telehealth.
- Discuss when to appropriately treat patients with ICS+SABA and ICS+LABA.
- Review sleep study findings and CPAP use in OSA.
- Utilize a detailed clinical history to clarify the cause of cough.
- Incorporate discussion of biologics and JAK inhibitors into management options for patients with severe atopic dermatitis.
- Differentiate between spontaneous and inducible urticaria and treatment options.
- Describe the most common causes of inducible urticaria.
- Perform various provocation and threshold tests for inducible urticaria.
Kathleen R. May, MD, FACAAI
Jay E. Slater, MD
Leonard B. Bacharier, MD, FACAAI
David B.K. Golden, MDCM, FACAAI
David R. Stukus, MD, FACAAI
Mitchell H. Grayson, MD, FACAAI
John J. Oppenheimer, MD, FACAAI
Anna H. Nowak-Wegrzyn, MD, PhD, FACAAI
Theresa A. Bingemann, MD, FACAAI
Dixie D. Griffin, MD, FACAAI
David A Khan, MD, FACAAI
Jonathan A. Bernstein, MD, FACAAI
Eric T. Oliver, MD
Aikaterini Anagnostou, MD, PhD, FACAAI
Stephanie A. Leonard, MD
Douglas P. Mack, MD, MSc
Adam Fox, MD, FRCPCH
Marcus S. Shaker, MD, MSc, FACAAI
Jeremy S. Katcher, MD, FACAAI
Zachary W. Marshall, MD
Bridgette L. Jones, MD
Travis A. Miller, MD, FACAAI
Alan P Baptist, MD, FACAAI
Brian David Robertson, MD, FACAAI
- 7.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
- 7.75 Attendance
- 7.75 CBRN