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Allergen Immunotherapy (AIT) has an important role in the management of many allergic diseases. AIT can often achieve symptom control where pharmacotherapy fails, and it can also alter the natural history of allergic diseases. The European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology AIT Guidelines have been set as a Presidential project in the term 2015-2017, with the goal of developing evidence based guidelines to support the practical implementation of AIT in managing patient health. The project started in April 2015 with dedicated taskforces focusing the below mentioned fields.

The primary audience for these guidelines and position papers are clinical allergists. We also intend that they will be of relevance to all other professionals such as doctors, nurses and pharmacists working across a range of clinical settings, dealing with patients with allergic diseases. In writing the guidelines, the taskforces have aimed to generate documents that will provide practical help to healthcare professionals.

Feedback from colleagues and stakeholder has been a critical part of the development of these guidelines and position papers. We are grateful to all parties who kindly took time to review and comment on chapters up until the 25 June 2017 deadline. The taskforces will now review all the feedback and revise the documents as appropriate before finalising the guideline recommendations.

On behalf of EAACI I wish to thank you very much for your valuable contribution to improve these important guidelines.  
Antonella Muraro
EAACI President
01. Prevention of allergy

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02. Venom allergy

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03. Food allergy

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04. Allergic asthma

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05. Allergic rhinoconjunctivitis

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06. Situation analysis in primary care

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07. Regulation of Allergen Products: A Global Perspective

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Last updated 23 May 2017