Volume 6, Issue 6 WAO Events and Programs - June 2009
In This Edition
Information for the Practicing Allergist
All of this and more available at
New Interactive Case Review
A man with swollen eyes
You can view this new case review and many more on the WAO web site.
New conversation with Claus Bachert, MD
Hear this conversation and others at the WAO website
Now you can subscribe to the RSS feed and receive immediate notification of newly posted conversations.
WAO House of Delegates
Many thanks to all the representatives of the 2007-2009 WAO House of Delegates who are participating in the first Electronic Vote to ratify the latest WAO Position Statement on Undergraduate Training in Allergy. If you have received a request for your vote, please be sure the WAO Secretariat receives your response by 3 August 2009. Please contact Kate Kirchner, at firstname.lastname@example.org, with any questions or concerns.
The WAO Henning Løwenstein Research Award is a biennial award given to a young scientist who has shown excellence within the field of allergy.
The award winner will receive €20,000 and a travel grant to attend the WAO Congress in Buenos Aires, December 6-10, 2009.
For application guidelines and deadlines, please visit www.alk-abello.com "The WAO Henning Løwenstein Award 2009"
NEW SERIES LAUNCHED IN JUNE
A new WAO web series for practicing allergists!
For information on how to submit an article for Clinical Allergy Tips, send an email to: email@example.com.
The Global Resources in Allergy (GLORIA) curriculum educates medical professionals worldwide, through local, state, regional and national presentations. Modules are created from established guidelines and recommendations to address different aspects of allergy-related patient care. To learn more, click here.
Upcoming US GLORIA Placements
Pensacola Allergy Society
2009 US GLORIA placements are funded through unrestricted educational grants from:
June 2009 World Allergy Forum
Speaker slides and abstracts from this cutting-edge World Allergy Forum symposium at the EAACI Congress 2009 are now available online. Visit the WAF page on the WAO website.
WAO-AAAAI Immunology Series
Allergy Patient Information Online
If you have not seen these new additions to WorldAllergy.org, please visit them today.
World Allergy Organization Journal
Have you been thinking of submitting a manuscript to the World Allergy Organization Journal. Do you have ideas for possible submissions that you would like to talk over? The Editorial Office welcomes and encourages your questions and suggestions. Send an e-mail to Dr. Lanny Rosenwasser, Editor in Chief, at the Editorial Offices - firstname.lastname@example.org.
The World Allergy Organization Journal, now in its second year of publication, has been expanding with each issue the quality and quantity of original and review articles, editorials, book reviews and case reports. In addition, an expanded representation of submissions from the world's major regions is helping to achieve one of the goals of the Journal's mission:
Another aspect offered by the World Allergy Organization Journal is the possibility of submission of related papers that may be derived from a National or an International Symposium. Like all submissions to the World Allergy Organization Journal, these papers are peer reviewed and must match the Journal's standards of quality. Recent examples of such submissions include a series on non-allergic rhinitis organized by Dr. Michael Kaliner and held late last year (see NAR Consensus Panel Proceedings, Part 1 in the June posting, now online).
Such possibilities for a series of papers to be considered and reviewed by the Journal for possible posting and publication will be arranged by coordination of the symposium organizers and the Editorial Office of the World Allergy Organization Journal. These innovative approaches to understanding worldwide aspects of allergic disease will represent the trademark of the World Allergy Organization Journal.
NAR CONSENSUS PANEL PROCEEDINGS, PART 1
Consensus Review and Definition of Nonallergic Rhinitis with a Focus on Vasomotor Rhinitis, Proposed to Be Known henceforth as Nonallergic Rhinopathy
Classification of Nonallergic Rhinitis Syndromes with a Focus on Vasomotor Rhinitis
Characteristics of Nonallergic Vasomotor Rhinitis
Pathogenic Mechanisms of Idiopathic Nonallergic Rhinitis
Epidemiology of Vasomotor Rhinitis
Discussion: Consensus Definition of Nonallergic Rhinopathy
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