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UPDATE: Urticaria e-learning new modules & symposia highlights

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Last updated:26th Feb 2019
Published:26th Feb 2019
Source: Pharmawand

We are excited to announce the latest of our EACCME accredited interactive e-learning modules looking at the most recent EAACI/GA2LEN/EDF/WAO urticaria guidelines and our symposia highlights with expert insights from panellists from EAACI 2018.

The three new CME modules include interactive questions to help you discover how your practice compares to your peers in your region and around the world. 

 

Take one of our latest CME below:

 

Best practice in managing CSU: international guidelines versus local practice

How do you manage patients with chronic spontaneous urticaria (CSU)? How does it compare to your peers around the world? Is it aligned with the latest international guidelines?

Start the CME HERE

 

Case consults: Changing paradigms in the age of biologics

Learn how to identify the burden of chronic urticaria and the impact of sub-optimal treatment, describe the diagnosis and classification and select evidence-based treatment options for patients based on disease characteristics.

Start the CME HERE

 

Managing CSU and its comorbidities: from primary to secondary care

Click here to take part in our interactive CME on the management of CSU and its comorbidities.

Start the CME HERE

 

Symposia Media Library

Highlights from past events including EAACI 2018, PAAM 2017, EADV 2017, EAACI 2017, World Congress of Dermatology 2015 and Global Urticaria Forum 2016, featuring speakers such as Ana Giménez-Arnau, Torsten Zuberbier, Christian Vestergaard, Marta Ferrer and Marcus Maurer can be found here.

Watch the highlights

 

Visit our full CSU Learning Zone HERE

Learning Zones

The Learning Zones are an educational resource for healthcare professionals that provide medical information on the epidemiology, pathophysiology and burden of disease, as well as diagnostic techniques and treatment regimens.