The Changing Practice Landscape: Rising to the Challenge

You’re invited to an exciting virtual experience! Plan to attend the 2020 virtual ACAAI Annual Scientific Meeting, Nov. 13 – 15, from your comfort zone. Our meeting is planned with attendees in mind for a fun, interactive and stimulating educational experience.

The Annual Meeting Program Committee's goal is to provide sessions with practical tips you can effectively implement into practice. Experts in allergy, immunology and related fields will offer insight and guidance for clinical conundrums allergists face daily in practice.

On the meeting’s platform, attend recorded and live sessions with Q&A, view video e-posters and visit the virtual exhibit hall. And you won’t miss out on networking! There will be opportunities to connect with friends and colleagues.

Our “Not on Thursday” programs give the latest information on two important topics: the diagnosis and treatment of cough and the utilization and cost-effectiveness of biologics for various allergic conditions. Expert plenary speakers will focus on key issues such as payment systems; approaches to diagnostics and testing; and implementing clinical guidelines. The ongoing impact of COVID-19 will be addressed on many fronts, including the impact on our patients and our practices.

Tune in for favorites such as the Annual Literature Review, Continuous Assessment Program (CAP) ReviewAllied Health, Advanced Practice and Practice Management programming; and the Pediatric 7 for 11 rapid-fire update. Explore topics such as SLIT vs. SCIT, vaping and e-cigarettes, peanut immunotherapy options, management of nasal polyps and more!

Enjoy valuable interactions with clinical and research leaders and networking with colleagues. No matter which stage of your career – in training, newly practicing, seasoned allergist – or anywhere in between, there is something for you. Don’t forget to include your allied health and office administration staff. There are programs designed especially for their development.

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