Immunodeficiency

ASCIA Immunodeficiency Strategy | ASCIA TAPID Project | APID Training Meetings | ASCIA Immunodeficiency Register

ASCIA has significantly expanded its range of information for health professionals and patients on Primary Immunodeficiency (PID) since 2013, including the ASCIA Transplantation and PID (TAPID) Project, development of  the ASCIA  Immunodeficiency Strategy, ASCIA PID e-training, APID training meetings, the ASCIA Immunodeficiency Diseases Register, resources to support the use of subcutaneous and intravenous immunoglobulin (SCIg/IVIg) and a dedicated webpage www.allergy.org.au/immunodeficiency to access the reosurces.

ASCIA Immunodeficiency Strategy 

On 8th March 2019 ASCIA hosted a meeting in Melbourne to develop the ASCIA Immunodeficiency Strategy for Australia and New Zealand. The mission is to improve the health and wellbeing of people with primary immunodeficiencies (PIDs) and minimise the impact on individuals, carers, health services and the community.

Further information: www.nationalimmunodeficiencystrategy.org.au

ASCIA TAPID Collaboration

TAPID (Transplantation and PID) is an important collaboration facilitated by ASCIA, between clinical immunologists, transplant physicians and international PID experts.  For more details go to www.allergy.org.au/about-ascia/ascia-initiatives/tapid

ASCIA PID (APID) Training Meetings

The most recent ASCIA Primary Immunodeficiency (APID) Training Meeting was held from Sunday 26 May to Thursday 30 May 2019. Further information www.allergy.org.au/hp/hp-information/immune-diseases

ASCIA Immunodeficiency (ID) Register

The ASCIA Immunodeficiency Disease Register is available at https://idregister.ascia.org.au/ 

The aim of this Register is to collect and analyse de-identified data from all participating centres around Australasia. Analysis of the collected data will be able to inform current and future practice. Any future publications of data will acknowledge (with consent) anyone who has entered their patient data. Use of the Immunodeficiency Disease Register requires a username and password.

Content Updated October 2020