17 - 21 June 2017
Helsinki, Finland

Scientific Programme

Allied Health Day

EAACI is pleased to include a specific Allied Health Day to its Congress programme in Helsinki, which has been developed in collaboration with the Allied Health Interest Group.

Participants will be able to

  • understand the importance of a complementary framework for Allied Health and Primary Care Practitioners
  • identify the core competency areas
  • identify possible training needs in their own practice 


Date and time:
Saturday 17 June 2017, 14:00 – 17:30
Abstracts submitted within the scope of Allied Health topics will be integrated in the abstracts sessions running during the main Congress days.

Fees:
A registration fee applies if the Allied Health Day is booked separately. If it is booked in addition to the full Congress Registration, the attendance will be included in the Congress fee.

Fees for separate booking*:
  • Full fee                       EUR 85
  • Reduced Fee             EUR 60

Congress Registration Fees for Allied Health participants (including Allied Health Day)*
  • Early fee until 8 February                                         EUR 310
  • Standard Fee from 9 February until 10 May         EUR 365
  • Late Fee from 11 May until 15 June                      EUR 385

*These are Special Rates (Students, Nurses, Dieticians, Laboratory Technicians): Status must be certified by a Head of Hospital / Department and must be submitted with registration. Pre-registration is required. PhD students, MD students or fellows in training are eligible for the student fee until the age of 35. Student status must be proven by a student ID or certified by a Head of Department and a copy of an ID card or passport must be submitted with the registration.

Click here to register.

Programme

Introduction Food Allergy

The changing face of food allergy in adults
Isabel Skypala, United Kingdom

e-Ressources to help patients/carers manage food allergy
James Gardner, United Kingdom

Introduction to asthma

Asthma and Allergy Clinics in Primary Care
Inger Kull

Patient Educational programmes and follow-up (knowledge based)

Do inter-professional teams improve the care of allergic patients?
Nicolette de Jong