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March 2017
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The article “A clinical trial of intradermal and intramuscular seasonal influenza vaccination in patients with atopic dermatitis” was published in The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology on February 13...
News Briefs
Read the Joint Venom Extract Shortage Task Force Report
In response to the venom extract shortage, the AAAAI and ACAAI formed a task force to generate guidance outlining recommendations for our members. Read more »
Get Final Details on the Annual Meeting
Before you head to Atlanta, learn when and where you can catch a shuttle, how to access abstracts and handouts, and view the Final Program. Read more »
Why You Should Bring Your Smartphone to the Annual Meeting
Make sure to bring your smartphone or tablet with you to the Annual Meeting to help you plan, evaluate sessions and stay connected. Read more »
Web Tips

Spring is in the air and so are questions about allergy tablets.

As warmer weather approaches, patients start to think about allergies. Do you find your patients are asking about tablets to treat their grass and ragweed allergies? We now have a summary article that tells patients everything they need to know about allergy tablets. This article is available in both English and Spanish.

From the President

Dear Colleagues,

Before I pass the gavel to incoming President David B. Peden, MD, MS, FAAAAI, at the Business Meeting in Atlanta, I would like to reflect once more on my initiatives and provide updates on their progress.

For the past year, I have concentrated my presidential initiatives around the concept of “Planning for Our Future.” Based on this principle, I identified four major objectives as the focus of my presidential initiatives:

  1. Facilitate development of the next generation of allergy and immunology educators and investigators
  2. Enhance advocacy for and visibility of allergy and immunology
  3. Expand the scope of practice for the allergy and immunology specialist
  4. Increase efforts to develop leaders in allergy and immunology

Facilitate Development of the Next Generation of Allergy and Immunology Educators and Investigators...