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Task Forces

Task Forces are entities formed and activated by the EAACI Executive Committee to deal within a given time with a specific task, such as development of a position paper on relevant, controversial and hot topics.

Sections & Interest Groups as well as National Societies and Individual members and Affiliates of the EAACI can request the formation of a Task Force by writing to the EAACI Headquarters (info@eaaci.org). Non-members can also apply for a Task Force typically when they bring specific expertise not available from inside EAACI.

  • Apply for a task force

    Application for New Task Forces is open from July until 10 September. The application form is made available to all Executive Committee, Interest Groups and Sections members.

    Applications are made available to the EAACI Executive Committee members prior to the budget meeting in October/November for information and evaluation. The EAACI Executive Committee evaluates and decides about the scientific content, the opportunity / relevance, the list of members and the budget of the Task Forces, taking into account the views of all interested parties.

    Task Forces are approved by the EAACI Executive Committee during the budget meeting.

    For further information about participants, use of budget, reports and dissemination write to the EAACI Headquarters ()

  • EAACI Task Forces

    Task Forces are entities formed and activated by the EAACI Executive Committee to deal within a given time with a specific task, such as development of a position paper on relevant, controversial and hot topics.

    Sections & Interest Groups as well as National Societies and Individual members and Affiliates of the EAACI can request the formation of a Task Force by writing to the EAACI Headquarters (). Non-members can also apply for a Task Force typically when they bring specific expertise not available from inside EAACI.


    * Allergic Contact Dermatitis in Children

    * Allergy diagnosis in primary care

    * Allergy Registry Task Force (A-reg)

    * Autoimmune Urticaria

    * Autoinflammatory syndromes

    * Climate Change on Respiratory Diseases

    * Clinical outcomes used in allergen-specific immunotherapy trials for allergic rhinoconjunctivitis

    * Contraindications in allergen-specific immunotherapy

    * Cross reactive food allergens

    * Diagnosis and Management of Hypersensitivity to Non-steroidal Anti-inflammatory Drugs (NSAIDs)

    * Diagnosis of work-related asthma (WRA)

    * Diagnostic tools & methods in Rhinology

    * Dose-effect of SIT

    * Drug Allergy

    * Drug-induced anaphylaxis and mast cell disease

    * European Adverse Systemic reactions Survey in allergen specific Immunotherapy, EASSI

    * Exercise and lifestyle Interventions in Allergy and Asthma

    * Exercise-induced anaphylaxis

    * Food Allergy Clinical Practise Guidelines

    * Global Classification and Coding of Hypersensitivity Diseases

    * Hereditary Angioedema

    * IgE Serological Diagnosis

    * In vitro diagnostic tests for immediate and delayed DHR

    * Innovative therapies in cutaneous & indolent systemic mastocytosis

    * Monitoring allergens in Europe

    * Pediatric Asthma guidelines

    * Pediatric Rhinitis

    * Recomendation for diagnosis of occupational type allergy - with the focus on skin prick testing

    * Self medication of anaphylactic reactions

    * Skin tests concentrations in drug allergy

    * Standards in Diagnosis and Management of Ocular Allergy Diseases

    * Sting Challenge Test in Hymenoptera Allergy

    * Superantigens

    * Vaccination and Allergy