No live meeting? No problem!

The College’s virtual Annual Meeting is stacking up to be a powerhouse of education, research and networking.

We have a great program lined up for the Annual Meeting, and you won’t want to miss a moment. Whether you are just starting practice, a seasoned professional or somewhere in between, the College’s Annual Meeting offers educational sessions in diverse areas of allergy and immunology.

Our session topics live up to this year’s theme, the Changing Practice Landscape: Rising to the Challenge. Here are some highlights so you can experience it all.

  • “Not on Thursday” program. In the morning session, learn about the pathophysiology of evaluation and treatment of chronic cough. The afternoon session focuses on optimizing biologics for allergic conditions.

  • Tune into favorites. You’ll want to attend popular returning sessions like Annual Literature Review, Continuous Assessment Program (CAP) Review, oral abstracts and the 7 for 11 update.

  • Research? We’ve got it virtually! View e-posters at your convenience. They are available on demand starting Friday, Nov. 13 at 9:30 am CST.

  • Yes, there will be an exhibit hall! No meeting would be complete without our industry partners. You’ll be able to chat with industry representatives and view their virtual exhibits starting on Friday, Nov. 13 at 9:30 am CST.

  • Stop by the College booth in the virtual exhibit hall to see how the College is working for you.

  • Join the meeting conversation. Live-tweet the best pearls and tips from the meeting with #ACAAI20 and chat with fellow attendees in the Networking Lounge. Follow Facebook and Twitter for breaking Annual Meeting news.

Whether you’re interested in rhinitis/sinusitis, environmental/integrative medicine, sleep disorders, dermatology, food allergy, or other allergy-related topics, you’ll find the education you’re looking for. The College’s Annual Meeting will take you from podium to practice with practical takeaways you can implement right away. Register now at annaulmeeting.acaai.org.

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