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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 109: Discover a New AAAAI Annual Meeting Boyce

Joshua Boyce, MD, FAAAAI, discusses an exciting addition to the AAAAI Annual Meeting. Listen now to learn more about what the entire meeting has in store. (January 31, 2024)

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Episode 108: Treatment of Atopic Dermatitis: What Does the Evidence Show?Chu

Derek Chu, MD, PhD, discusses the newly published atopic dermatitis practice parameters, including treatment recommendations and best practices for management. This conversation is filled with useful information, context and perspective to complement the parameters. (January 23, 2024)

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Episode 107: A Paradigm Shift in Managing Anaphylaxis is Upon Us Dr. Golden

David Golden, MD, FAAAAI, returns to discuss important highlights and offer perspective from the new anaphylaxis practice parameters. With several new and potentially controversial recommendations, this is a must listen episode. (January 9, 2024)

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Episode 106: End of an Era: What to do When Flovent Gets DiscontinuedPongdee

Thanai Pongdee, MD, FAAAAI, discusses why this long-standing and commonly used medication is being discontinued and offers valuable advice on options for those with asthma or eosinophilic esophagitis to consider. (December 28, 2023)

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Episode 105: How to Be Less Itchy, Sneezy and Wheezy During the Holidaysprocessed-E992E3C0-7B13-4F21-800A-D6D2605009DD.jpeg

Kara Wada, MD, offers bountiful tips to help anyone with allergies or asthma navigate triggers throughout the holiday season. This includes great advice for healthcare professionals to offer patients as well! (December 14, 2023)

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Episode 104: Meet the Candidates for AAAAI Secretary-TreasurerDavisCastells

From now until January 5, 2024, AAAAI Fellows (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 Mariana C. Castells, MD, PhD, FAAAAI and Carla M. Davis, MD, FAAAAI, offer their perspective on a series of questions pertaining to their candidacy during this must-listen episode. (December 5, 2023)

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Episode 103: What Does Precautionary Food Allergen Labeling Actually Mean?Jacob Kattan MD

Food allergy expert Jacob Kattan, MD, FAAAAI, offers an in depth explanation and discussion of a very nuanced topic often filled with outdated information. This episode CONTAINS valuable information for anyone with food allergies! (November 15, 2023)

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AAAAI Podcast CME Episode 102: Alpha-gal SyndromeDilawar Khokhar, MD

Dilawar Khokhar, MD, offers comprehensive information on how to diagnose and manage this unique condition. (November 7, 2023)

Continuing Medical Education credit is available with this episode. Visit here to complete the assessment and claim credit. .75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)

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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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Stukus

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.