As part of The British Society for Allergy and Clinical Immunology (BSACI) 75th Anniversary, we wish to invite you to our one-day global online symposium.
The BSACI are hosting this unique collaborative symposium to celebrate our 75th Anniversary and have invited our international partner organisations to join us. The CLINICAL ALLERGY: STATE OF THE ART 2023 SYMPOSIUM will kick off with The World Allergy Organization (WAO) session on drug allergy. This will be followed by an Industry Symposium. Then our friends and colleagues at European Academy of Allergy & Clinical Immunology (EAACI) will be discussing the Environmental Impact on Allergy – a hugely topical discussion.
After a short break, Professor Sir Stephen Holgate will deliver a Key Note Lecture on the key outcomes from the September 2022 symposium which was hosted by the now King Charles III. The world’s leading allergy & environmental experts came together in Scotland for the two-day meeting. They took part in a round table discussion with His Majesty focusing on the environmental causes of allergic diseases and effective interventions. Prof Sir Stephen Holgate will be asking, what should we the global allergy community be doing?
Following the Key Note Lecture will be an industry symposium. After a short break, there will be the penultimate session from the BSACI on the Challenges in Allergy. Dr Isabel Skypala will be talking about FPIES and EOE in adults and Dr Claudia Gore will be talking to us about the difficult conversations with adolescents and young adults. Finally Professor Alexandra Santos will be discussing the future of allergy diagnostics a session not to be missed!
There will be one final industry symposium before the final session of the day from the American Academy of Allergy Asthma and Immunology (AAAAI) on Immunotherapy.
Each of the sessions will be followed by a Q&A session for 25 minutes where delegates will be given the opportunity of sending in questions to our panel of expert speakers.
This is an exciting opportunity for the BSACI to work together with our global partners to develop closer collaborative working relationships by sharing world class knowledge to benefit the global allergy community.
Professor Graham Roberts