This is a six-module course worth 5.5 CME credits that provides primary care clinicians with some of the
knowledge required for effective management and treatment of the allergic patient,
particularly those on an immunotherapy (allergy shot) treatment regimen.
To review components of allergy assessment and treatment (e.g. Allergen
2. To review the adverse reactions associated with immunotherapy.
3. To review components of the treatment, possible prevention, and recognition of severe
adverse reactions to immunotherapy (e.g. anaphylaxis).
M1: Immunotherapy: Components of Allergy Assessment, Immunotherapy, and Adverse Reactions
M2: Use of Immunotherapy in a Primary Care Office
M3: Update on Allergy Immunotherapy
M4: Allergy Immunotherapy
M5: A Practical Guide to Anaphylaxis
M6: Diagnosis and Management of Anaphylaxis
M7: Immunotherapy and Anaphylaxis
M8: Summary of Components of Allergy Assessment, Immunotherapy, and Adverse Reactions
References and Requirements
Welcome to Immunotherapy: Components of Allergy Assessment, Immunotherapy, and Adverse Reactions
Learn parameters relevant to the effectiveness of immunotherapy, recognition of both a vasovagal and an anaphylactic reaction, and components of the management/treatment of anaphylaxis. This and more will be reviewed.
The Academy of Allergy and Asthma in Primary Care (AAAPC) is a national non-profit organization, which supports innovative care models for allergy and asthma care in the primary care setting. AAAPC assists physicians in expanding their role to provide high quality allergy care and therapy to the underserved patient population.