MicroCME modules are 15 to 30 minute courses that will offer CME designed to fit busy schedules.
- Is the Basophil Activation Test Ready for Primetime?
- Addressing Unproven Diagnostic Testing
- Pediatric Asthma
- Immunology of Sleep
- NIH Asthma Guidelines
- Targeted Therapies for Specific Asthma Phenotypes
- Economic Outlook for Biologics in Asthma - Are They Cost-Effective?
- What Have We Gleaned from Our Experiences with Currently Approved Biologics?
- Generalized Dermatitis
- What's New: Update in Pediatric Dermatology
- Treatment Approaches for Difficult to Control Urticaria
- Climate Change, Allergic Disease
- Rules of OIT - Patient Illness, Vacations, Exercise, and More
- More than Peanut - Expanding Your OIT Program to Include Other Foods
- Allergens and Standardization
- SLIT Basics for the Allergist
- Pediatric Epidemiology
- Malignancy and B-cell Depleting Agents
- Pediatric Biologics
- Pediatric Immunology
- Pediatric Food Allergy Treatment
- The FPIES Patient - Diagnosis & Management Approaches
- Hypersensitivity to beta-lactams and NSAIDs
- Adverse Reactions to Biologics and Chemotherapy
- Psychology Interventions in Patients with Depression or Anxiety for Allergists
- Surgical Management of Nasal Polyps
- Are Biologics a Game Changer for the Management of Patients with AERD?
By participating in these podcasts, learners should be able to:
- Provide physicians with the latest research in the field of allergy/immunology relevant to practice.
- Provide physicians with tools and techniques to implement the latest therapy recommendations.
- Provide physicians with the tools they need to monitor their practice and assess the implementation of therapy recommendations.
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.