Mar 3, 2017:
ASCIA allergic rhinitis (AR) e-training for pharmacists
This is the latest course that ASCIA has developed for pharmacists. The course is available free of charge at http://etrainingpharm.ascia.org.au/
ASCIA anaphylaxis, food allergy and allergic rhinitis e-training courses can be completed in multiple sessions, allowing flexible completion. These courses have all been accredited and attract CPD points.
ASCIA PID Clinical Update
This new ASCIA primary immunodeficiencies (PID) Clinical Update is paper is now available open access at www.allergy.org.au/health-professionals/papers/pid This Clinical Update complements ASCIA PID e-training for health professionals, available free of charge at https://immunodeficiency.ascia.org.au/ The main objectives of the ASCIA PID Clinical Update and e-training course are to:
- increase awareness of PID amongst general practitioners, paediatricians and general physicians; and
- promote early recognition and referral to a clinical immunologist, to improve the management and quality of life for patients with PID in Australia and New Zealand.
ASCIA HAE Position Paper
A recently updated version of the ASCIA Hereditary Angioedema (HAE) position paper is now available open access at www.allergy.org.au/health-professionals/papers/hereditary-angioedema This is an updated version of the original ASCIA Position Paper on HAE that was developed by the ASCIA HAE Working Party in 2010 and revised in 2012.
Information on HAE is also available in ASCIA PID e-training for health professionals, available free of charge at https://immunodeficiency.ascia.org.au/