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Patient Centered Care

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 74: Navigating the Expanding Spectrum of BiologicsAnderson

William C. Anderson III, MD, FAAAAI, discusses currently available biologics approved for treatment of various allergic conditions. Listen now to hear his expert perspective on indications for use, identifying the optimal patient and best practices for use in clinical practice. (July 14, 2022)

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Diagnosis and Management of Difficult-to-treat & Severe Asthma

Episode 72: A New AI in Allergy and Immunology Khoury

Paneez Khoury, MD, MHSc, FAAAAI, discusses a fascinating new work group report that details how augmented intelligence (AI) can enhance the specialty of allergy and immunology. (June 16, 2022)

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Episode 68: The Mysteries of MastocytosisCarter

Melody Carter, MD, FAAAAI, discusses the diagnosis, prognosis and management of pediatric and adult mastocytosis. This is an informative discussion for medical professionals and the general public. (April 21, 2022)

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Episode 60: Staying Current with Primary ImmunodeficiencyRider

Nicholas L. Rider, DO, FAAAAI, discusses the new AAAAI course designed to help clinicians better recognize and diagnose primary immunodeficiency. This free online course offers Part IV MOC and continuing education credit. (November 9, 2021)

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Providing Enhanced Medical Support for Patients with Primary Immunodeficiency Disorders (PIDD): A Patient-Guided Intervention to Ensure Patient Engagement During a Global Pandemic and Beyond

Episode 52: Combatting Medical MisinformationGunter

Special guest Jen Gunter MD, FRCS(C), FACOG, DABPM, ABPMR, joins the podcast to offer great advice for spotting and avoiding health-related misinformation online. We all need to be savvy with our online searches and use of social media, and healthcare professionals need to learn how and where patients are receiving their information. (August 11, 2021)

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Episode 50: Healthcare 2021: The Good, the Bad and the UglyBailey

Susan R. Bailey, MD, FAAAAI, the Immediate Past President of the American Medical Association, joins us for our 50th episode to discuss a variety of topics pertinent to healthcare providers, patients and the general public. Dr. Bailey offers valuable perspective and information throughout this timely conversation. (July 13, 2021)

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Episode 39: Leveling the Playing Field for Women in MedicineBlumenthal

COVID-19 has exposed long standing inequities that women in medicine face regarding promotion, research, and all aspects of their careers. Kimberly G. Blumenthal, MD, MSc, FAAAAI, provides insight and potential solutions during this honest, important conversation. (November 11, 2020)

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Episode 37: Impact of Disparities on Food AllergyDavis

In this CME episode, Carla M. Davis, MD, FAAAAI, discusses the influence of race, gender, ethnicity, and socioeconomic factors on various aspects of food allergy. This wide ranging conversation discusses multiple important areas, including how disparities impact prevalence, morbidity, quality of life, and access to services. (October 19, 2020)

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Episode 30: Clinician Wellness, Burnout, and Finding the Right Work-Life BalanceMosnaim

In this CME episode, Giselle S. Mosnaim, MD, MS, FAAAAI, discusses the factors associated with high rates of burnout for medical professionals. Listen in to learn great information and helpful tips to maintain wellness, which is especially pertinent during COVID-19. (The CME offering has expired.) (May 19, 2020)

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AAAAI Physician Wellness Toolkit

Episode 28: Using Telemedicine to Provide Care for Allergic ConditionsShih

Telemedicine expert Jennifer Shih, MD, discusses practical elements of performing virtual visits. This conversation is filled with amazing tips for both patients and clinicians - a must listen for telemedicine novices or experienced users. (April 15, 2020)

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AAAAI Telemedicine Toolkit
AAAAI COVID-19 Advocacy
American Telemedicine Association

Episode 9: USP Chapter 797 Standards for Allergen Immunotherapy 

MurphyDo you have questions surrounding the new USP Chapter 797 standards and how this impacts the way allergists prepare immunotherapy injections? Andrew W. Murphy, MD, FAAAAI, breaks it all down in this episode and provides background, details about Chapter 797, and tips for implementation. (June 18, 2019)

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Episode 8: The Evolving Realm of Mobile Health TechnologyJariwala

In this episode, Sunit Jariwala, MD, FAAAAI, discusses the rapidly evolving field of mobile health. Among thousands of available applications, how can patients and medical providers know which to choose, which to trust, and how to optimize use? Listen to this episode to hear insight into the risks, benefits and adverse effects of mobile health technology for allergic conditions and asthma. (The CME offering has expired.) (June 10, 2019)

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