20 - 21 May 2022
Geneva, Switzerland

Scientific Programme



Scientific programme

By attending the Master Class participants will gain insights into the theoretical and practical aspects of transition process covering:

  • Overview of the challenges of adolescent and young adults with allergies and asthma.
  • Overview of interventions for better self-management of allergies and asthma in adolescent and young adults.
  • Transition process and transfer of adolescent and young adults with allergies and asthma.
  • Presentation of European guideline on effective transition of adolescents and young adults  with allergies and asthma by applying recommendations into clinical practice.
  • Practical skills and resources to implement transition care in practice


  • EAACI adolescent guideline systematic review
  • EAACI adolescent and young adult transition guideline
  • EAACI adolescent and young adult tool box

Scientific Workshops

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