EAACI/GA²LEN Allergy Schools
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EAACI/GA²LEN Allergy School

EAACI-GA²LEN Allergy schools take place in winter and summer for educational purposes, and in order to stimulate the social contacts between young people interested in allergy and clinical immunology. These courses are arranged in collaboration with the EAACI National Membership Society of the host country.

EAACI/GA²LEN Allergy Schools

Hymenoptera Venom Allergy
11 - 13 April 2013
Munich, Germany

The aim of this Allergy School is to educate young physicians from all over Europe interested in the diagnosis and treatment of pediatric and adult patients with hymenoptera venom allergy. The course will include lectures, which communicate basic and advanced knowledge (epidemiology, risk factors, frequent and rare clinical manifestations, diagnostics, indication for treatment, procedure of treatment, efficacy, duration of treatment), interactive practical demonstrations (entomology of Hymenoptera, skin tests and ultra-rush immunotherapy) and discussion of difficult clinical cases. In addition a poster presentation and a short poster discussion session are planned.

The Programme will give attendees an update on;

The number of participants for the Allergy School " Hymenoptera Venom Allergy " is limited, so register today to book your place at this event. The registration fee includes accommodation in a shared twin room (2 nights, 11 – 13 April 2013), social events and meals.For further information on this Allergy School, please visit the EAACI web pages.

Specific Allergy and Immunotherapy
15 - 17 November 2012
El Escorial (Madrid), Spain

The aim of the Allergy School on "Specific Allergy and Immunotherapy" is to educate and stimulate the scientific and social contacts between young physicians from all over Europe interested in allergy and immunotherapy.

The next EAACI/GA²LEN Allergy School will take place in El Escorial (Madrid), Spain. Right in the heart of the Sierra of Guadarrama and only 50 km from Madrid, this lively city opens itself to the world offering the visitor an exclusive architectonic heritage, a privileged natural environment and an unbeatable cultural proposal in the Madrid region.

Scientific Programme

This Allergy School will give the attendees an update on:

Other topics that will be discussed include allergen extracts, the different application forms and routes of allergen specific immunotherapy, including quality assurance systems and clinical procedures in the XXI Century will be discussed.

After attending this summer school participants will be able to bring back to their daily clinical work and research activities new knowledge about the importance of allergy and its underlying immunological conditions, focusing the management of allergic diseases on its etiology and not only the symptoms, and to implement new concepts on allergy specific immunotherapy.CME Accreditation The event will be CME accredited and all sessions will be held in English. For more details on this CME accredited EAACI/GA²LEN Allergy School, please visit the EAACI/GA²LEN Allergy School webpages.

From Skin to Lung – From Theory to Patients
29 March – 01 April 2012
Davos, Switzerland

The aim of the Allergy School "From Skin to Lung - From Theory to Patients" is to educate and stimulate the scientific and social contacts between young physicians from all over Europe interested in diagnosis and treatment of atopic dermatitis and atopic lung diseases.

The next EAACI/GA²LEN Allergy School will take place in one of the most beautiful places in Switzerland – Davos. It is located in the South-Eastern part of Switzerland in the heart of attractive surroundings and spectacular alpine atmosphere. You can find all the amenities of a city in the middle of a breathtaking mountain scenery, surrounded by the wonders of nature. Davos is also famous as a Congress town where many conferences are taking place.

Scientific Programme

This allergy school will give the attendees an understanding of atopic dermatitis and atopic lung diseases and the possible transition from skin disease to lung diseases. Practical courses in skin testing and lung function testing as well as presentations of patient cases by participants and discussion with the faculty shall bridge theory and practical application. All sessions will be held in English. For more details on this CME accredited EAACI/GA²LEN Allergy School, please visit the EAACI/GA²LEN Allergy School webpages.