EAACI High-Level EU Stakeholders Lunch: ‘Working together to progress EU policies for the benefit of allergic patients in Europe’
The EAACI High-Level EU Stakeholders Lunch (June 13th 2016, Vienna) brought together representatives from the EU Institutions, patient advocates, allergy national societies, industry, and EAACI leadership to jointly reflect on collaborations to advance EU policies for the benefit of allergic...
The Allergy Awareness Event “Test Your Allergies 2016” in European Parliament ends with promising outcomes
From the 26th to the 28th of April, EAACI co-organised with the European Federation of Allergy and Airways Diseases Patients Associations (EFA) the Exhibition “Test Your Allergies 2016” in the European Parliament in Brussels. With nearly 400 people getting skin prick tested for allergies and...
Tuesday 26 April 2016 - TEST YOUR ALLERGIES 2016 "Test, Inform, Prevent"
The European Parliament Interest Group on Allergy and Asthma presents “Allergy at the forefront of EU Chronic Diseases Policy: The road towards better prevention and management of Allergy in Europe”
Tuesday 26 April 2016 – European Parliament, Brussels Hosts: MEP Pietikäinen, MEP...
4 December 2015 - EAACI Letter to EU Commission on Allergen Extracts
October 2015 - EU Symposium - European Need for Precision Medicine in Allergy and Airways Disease
On behalf of the European Academy of Allergy and Clinical, European Rhinologic Society and the European Medical Association, we cordially invite you to attend the European Symposium - European Need for Precision Medicine in Allergy and Airways Disease. This is the first visionary meeting on...
January 2014 - Skin Prick Tests at the European Parliament
From 7-9 January 2014, EAACI conducted three days of diagnostic tests for allergies in the European Parliament in Brussels. In total 350 people took the opportunity to be examined for sensitivity to the most common allergens and to be given an expert advice, and 47% of them tested positively.The...
September 2013 - Securing real time pollen monitoring
We need to secure real - time pollen monitoring in Europe! Pollen emissions are not man-made and hence cannot be reduced by Member States action. That was the Commission’s reply to a question on facilitating real-time pollen monitoring in the EU, asked by the Italian MEP Andrea Zanoni earlier...
March 2012 - Allergies in a changing environment in Europe
Allergies are the most prevalent chronic diseases in Europe with a frequency > 20%. Allergic diseases to airborne allergens have been steadily increasing over the past few decades and an end to this increase is not in sight. Especially the younger generations show a higher incidence of...
September 2012 - EFA Public Workshop
Report on the EFA “Contains/May Contain – Food Allergen Labelling” EventFor food allergy patients, along with people who have hypersensitivities and intolerances, there are numerous issues of significance with the labelling of food items in Europe. Inaccurate, unavailable or misleading...