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The Brigham Board Review in Allergy & Immunology

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The Brigham Board Review in Allergy & Immunology

Brigham and Women’s Hospital Board Review

Learn the latest strategies for managing allergic and immunologic disorders as you prepare for your ABIM exams.

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The Brigham Board Review in Allergy & Immunology provides an in-depth coverage of a wide range of vital topics, keeping you abreast of the latest advances in the field. This CME course includes case-based lectures on topics like drug allergy, skin testing, insect sting allergy, anaphylaxis, food allergy, vaccines, aerobiology, etc. It will help you to better:

– Integrate and demonstrate improved understanding of allergic/immunologic disorders

– Identify and improve clinical competence-based practice gaps in allergy/immunology

– Correlate pathophysiology and pathobiologic principles with clinical presentations

– Stay updated on an expanding array of therapeutic options, their risks and benefits

– Prepare for ABIM certification/recertification examinations

– Integrate the knowledge gained into daily practice and provide utmost level of care to your patients

CHECK SAMPLES

The Brigham Board Review in Allergy & Immunology

1

T Cells and Innate Lymphoid Cells – Patrick Brennan, MD, PhD

2

B Cells and Antibody Formation – Shiv Pillai, MD, PhD

3

Lipid Mediators in Asthma and Allergy – Joshua Boyce, MD

4

Regulatory T Cells – Talal Chatila, MD

5

Dendritic Cells – Nora Barrett MD

6

Mucosal Immunity and the Microbiome – Duane Wesemann, MD, PhD

7

Chemokines – Andrew D. Luster, MD, PhD

8

Neutrophil Biology – Peter Newburger, MD

9

Complement and Cryoproteins – Mandakolathur Murali, MD, MBBS

10

Diagnosis and Management of Asthma – Christopher H. Fanta, MD

11

Asthma Testing/Evaluation – Nora A. Barrett, MD

12

Aspirin Exacerbated Respiratory Disease – Tanya M. Laidlaw, MD

13

The Pharmacogenetics of Asthma – Kelan Tantisira, MD, MPH

14

Atopic Dermatitis – Lynda Schneider, MD

15

Contact Dermatitis and Patch Testing – Pamela L. Scheinman, MD

16

Basophils – Caroline L. Sokol, MD, PhD

17

Mast Cell Biology – Lora Bankova, MD

18

Eosinophilia: Worms, Wheezes and Weird Diseases – Peter F. Weller, MD

10

Primary Immunodeficiencies – T Cells – Craig Platt, MD, PhD

20

Primary Immunodeficiencies – B Cells – Craig Platt, MD, PhD

21

Genomic Diagnostics and Discovery for Immunodeficiency – Janet S. Chou, MD

22

Primary Immunodeficiency Diseases in Adults – Jolan Walter, MD, PhD

23

Introduction to Biostatistics – Margee Louisias, MD

24

Food Allergy – Joyce Hsu, MD

25

Eosinophilic GI Disorders – Wayne G. Shreffler, MD, PhD

26

Treatment of Asthma in Children – T. Bernard Kinane, MD, MBBCH, BAO

27

Ocular Allergies – C. Stephen Foster, MD

28

Anaphylaxis – David Sloane, MD

29

Hereditary Angioedema – Aleena Banerji, MD

30

Mastocytosis and Mast Cell Activation Syndrome – Matthew Giannetti, MD

31

Medication Therapy of Asthma and Allergic Diseases – Alberta L.Wang, MD

32

Immunotherapy – David I. Hong, MD

33

Immunobiology of IgE Antibodies – Hans Oettgen, MD, PhD

34

Allogeneic Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation for Immunodeficiency – Sung-Yun Pai, MD

35

Urticaria – Karen S. Hsu Blatman, MD

36

β-lactam Allergy – Kimberly G. Blumenthal, MD

37

In Vivo and In Vitro Testing for Hypersensitivity – Morris F. Ling, MD

38

Drug Allergy Classification and Evaluation – Ana Dioun Broyles, MD

39

Drug Allergy – Other Common Drugs – Sarita U. Patil, MD

40

Desensitization for Drug Hypersensitivity Reactions (HSR) – David Sloane, MD

41

Rhinitis and Sinusitis – Daniel Hamilos, MD

42

Common Immune-Mediated Rashes – Kristina J. Liu MD, MHS

43

Environmental Allergens – Joyce Hsu, MD

44

The Epithelium in Allergic Disease – Lora Bankova, MD

Learning Objectives

After viewing this program, participants should be able to:

Integrate and demonstrate increased overall knowledge of allergy/immunologic diseases

– Identify and improve knowledge and clinical competence-based practice gaps in allergy/immunology

– Correlate pathophysiology and pathobiologic principles with clinical presentations

– Describe optimal therapeutic strategies and their risks and benefits

– Apply the knowledge and strategies gained through participation in this activity to the Board exam and daily practice

Intended Audience

This educational activity was designed for fellows/trainees and practicing allergists/immunologists and other professional affiliates, such as internists, with an interest in Allergy/Immunology or who seek CME in attempt to improve patient care.

Designation

Date of Original Release: December 31, 2018

Date Credits Expire: December 31, 2021

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