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Conversations from the World of Allergy

AAAAI Podcast

Our podcast series will use different formats to interview thought leaders from the world of allergy and immunology. This podcast is not intended to provide any individual medical advice to our listeners. We do hope that our conversations provide evidence-based information. Any questions pertaining to one’s own health should always be discussed with their personal physician. The AAAAI Find an Allergist is a useful tool to locate a listing of board-certified allergists in your area.

Episode 86: The Albuterol Shortage and What it Means for PatientsKahwash

Basil Kahwash, MD, provides background, perspective and reassurance surrounding the recent shortage of liquid albuterol. This is a must listen for anyone who prescribes or relies on albuterol for treatment. (March 16, 2023)

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Why Primatene Mist May Not be the Best Medicine - Discuss Your Asthma Treatment with Your Allergist
Episode 2: James T. Li, MD, PhD, FAAAAI, Discusses the Risks and Benefits of Primatene Mist

Episode 85: 10th Anniversary for The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology: In Practice Schatz

Editor-in-Chief Michael Schatz, MD, MS, FAAAAI, discusses the evolution of The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology: In Practice over the past decade and offers thoughts on what the next 10 years may hold. This conversation offers way more than just a walk down memory lane. (March 10, 2023)

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Watch a video about this milestone.

AAAAI Podcast CMEEpisode 84: Open Sesame: New Labeling Laws and Unintended ConsequencesSicherer

Renowned food allergy expert Scott Sicherer, MD, FAAAAI, discusses the new sesame allergy labeling law and how this impacts management of sesame allergy. Listen to hear nuanced perspective surrounding risk, avoidance, and practical approaches towards avoidance of food allergens in packaged products. (February 9, 2023)

Continuing Medical Education credit is available with this episode through 01/01/2024. Click here to complete the assessment and claim credit. 0.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™

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Episode 83: Looking Forward to the 2023 AAAAI Annual MeetingBoyce

AAAAI Annual Meeting Program Chair, Joshua Boyce, MD, FAAAAI, discusses what to expect in San Antonio, TX, from February 24-27, 2023. Listen to hear a preview of the great sessions as well as tips on how to navigate the meeting. (February 3, 2023)

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Visit the Annual Meeting website.

Episode 82: Creating a Culture of Wellness Within the Allergy/Immunology CommunitySharma

Wellness expert Hemant Sharma, MD, MHS, discusses the powerful impact that stress and burnout has on all of us. This conversation includes practical advice we can all use to recognize and address the stress in our lives. (January 26, 2023)

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Episode 81: We Are All Impacted by Implicit BiasesLouisias

Margee Louisias, MD, MPH, discusses exciting new initiatives from the AAAAI Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee, including a series of webinars on the role of implicit biases and health equity. This episode explores how implicit and explicit biases impact various aspects of allergy/immunology and ways to address them. (January 13, 2023)

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Episode 80: Reimaging the Care of Allergic Conditions with an Integrative Medicine ApproachDr. Maria Luz Lara-Marquez

Maria Luz Lara-Marquez, MD, PhD, FAAAAI, joins the podcast to discuss fascinating concepts and evidence surrounding integrative medicine and how it can be used to help patients with allergic conditions. (January 6, 2023)

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Episode 79: New Guidelines for Chronic Rhinosinusitis with Nasal Polyposis Rank

Matt Rank, MD, FAAAAI, the lead author of new guidelines for chronic rhinosinusitis with nasal polyposis, offers tremendous insight regarding these recommendations and how to apply them to clinical care. (December 15, 2022)

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Click here to view the guidelines.

Episode 78: Meet the Candidates for AAAAI Secretary-Treasurer

From now until January 4, 2023, AAAAI FelloVirantRandolphws (those who have achieved the FAAAAI credential) and full members will select the next Board of Directors, including the next Secretary-Treasurer who will eventually ascend to become AAAAI President. Secretary-Treasurer candidates Christopher C. Randolph, MD, FAAAAI and Frank Virant, MD, FAAAAI, offer their perspective on a series of questions pertaining to their candidacy during this must-listen episode. (December 6, 2022)

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Advocacy Asthma & Nasal Allergies  CME

COVID-19  Drug Allergy  Food Allergy

AAAAI  Patient Centered Care  Skin Allergy

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All podcasts are moderated by AAAAI Social Media Medical Editor, David Stukus, MD, FAAAAI. Stukus received his undergraduate and medical degrees from the University of Pittsburgh. He completed his pediatric residency and chief residency at Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus, Ohio, followed by his fellowship in allergy / immunology at the Cleveland Clinic. He practices at Nationwide Children’s Hospital where he serves as Director of the Food Allergy Treatment Center, Director of Quality Improvement for the Division of Allergy and Immunology, and Associate Director of the Pediatric Fellowship Training Program.

Podcast Terms of Use

The American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology (AAAAI) provides audio content through an RSS feed, online on the website, or on Itunes and Google Play for users to download and listen to via a computer or mobile device. Podcasts are for personal, noncommercial use and cannot be modified. Users are permitted to link to a podcast from another website as long as the links go directly to the AAAAI website. Use of the AAAAI logo or podcast logo is prohibited. Content must not state or infer that the AAAAI endorses or promotes any products or services.