ANACARE Webinar Program

WebinarDate 2021Time
Webinar 1 – Anaphylaxis in the COVID 19 vaccination
Chairs: Torsten Zuberbier & Antonella Muraro
Lecture 1: Allergic reactions to COVID19 vaccines – Vicky Cardona
Lecture 2: Vaccinating against COVID19 in people who report allergies – Kimberley Blumenthal
Lecture 3: Ensuring the vaccine clinic is prepared to recognised & manage anaphylaxis  – Margitta Worm
21.04.9.00 am -10.30 am CET –
replicated:
5.00 pm -6.30 pm CET
Webinar 2 – Understanding Anaphylaxis
Chairs: Margitta Worm & Motohiro Ebisawa
Lecture 1: Definition of anaphylaxis recognising it is clinical practice – Antonella Muraro
Lecture 2: What do we know about the underlying mechanisms and progression of anaphylaxis? – Paul Turner
Lecture 3: Gaps in management including an anaphylaxis severity score – Monserrat Fernandez Rivas
05.05.9.00 am -10.30 am CET –
replicated:
5.00 pm -6.30 pm CET
Webinar 3 – Managing Anaphylaxis
Chairs: Susanne Halken & Pete Smith
Lecture 1: Managing the acute episode of anaphylaxis – Carlos Camargo
Lecture 2: Auto-injectors: Right prescription to the right patients – Graham Roberts
Lecture 3: Psychosocial barriers to adherence – Audrey Dunn Galvin
19.05.9.00 am -10.30 am CET –
replicated:
5.00 pm -6.30 pm CET
Webinar 4 – Anaphylaxis in Adults
Chairs: Margitta Worm & Carlos Camargo
Lecture 1: Underdiagnosis at ER: differential diagnosis – Lene Heise Garvey
Lecture 2: Augmentation factors (co-factors) – Hannecke Oude Elberink
Lecture 3: Patient’s training and strategies for adherence – Pete Smith 
02.06.9.00 am -10.30 am CET –
replicated:
5.00 pm -6.30 pm CET
Webinar 5 – Anaphylaxis in Children and Adolescents 
Chairs: Antonella Muraro & Susanne Halken
Lecture 1: Presentations of paediatric anaphylaxis – Antoine Deschildre & Stefania Arasi
Lecture 2: Management of paediatric anaphylaxis – Antonella Muraro & Richard Loh
Lecture 3: Self-management for the adolescent – Graham Roberts & Susanne Halken
16.06.9.00 am -10.30 am CET –
replicated:
5.00 pm -6.30 pm CET
Webinar 6 – Food anaphylaxis
Chairs: Graham Roberts & Victoria Cardona
Lecture 1: Epidemiology – Impact of Food allergy across the world – Luciana Kase Tanno
Lecture 2: Phenotypes of food Anaphylaxis – Motohiro Ebisawa
Lecture 3: Identifying the patient at risk: role of CRD – Kirsten Beyer
30.069.00 am -10.30 am CET –
replicated:
5.00 pm -6.30 pm CET
Webinar 7 – Venom anaphylaxis
Chairs: Hanneke Oude Elberink & Beatrice Bilò
Lecture 1: Mechanisms and pathophysiology of venom anaphylaxis (including biomarkers) – Franziska Rueff
Lecture 2: Identifying the risk of venom anaphylaxis :  where are we with the component resolved diagnostics ? – Markus Ollert
Lecture 3: Any Difference in managing venom anaphylaxis? – Gunter Sturm
25.089.00 am -10.30 am CET –
replicated:
5.00 pm -6.30 pm CET
Webinar 8 – Drug and peri-operative anaphylaxis
Chairs: Johannes Ring & Pascal Demoly
Lecture 1: Idiopathic anaphylaxis (including mastocytosis) – Mariana Castells
Lecture 2: Peri-operative anaphylaxis – Lene Heise Garvey
Lecture 3: Managing  drug anaphylaxis – Kimberley Blumenthal
15.09 9.00 am -10.30 am CET –
replicated:
5.00 pm -6.30 pm CET
Webinar 9 – Anaphylaxis in the community
Chairs: Antonella Muraro & Mary Jane Marchisotto 
Lecture 1: Managing Anaphylaxis:  what is needed at the Primary Level ? – Liz Angier
Lecture 2: Supporting the patient – Carla Jones & Helen Brough
Lecture 3: Guidelines for schools – Susan Wasserman (TBC)
29.099.00 am -10.30 am CET –
replicated:
5.00 pm -6.30 pm CET
Webinar 10 – Occupational and latex anaphylaxis
Chairs: Andrea Siracusa & Monica Raulf
Lecture 1: Epidemiology of anaphylaxis in the work place- Connie Katelaris
Lecture 2: Latex and new allergens in the work place –Monika Raulf
Lecture 3: Managing anaphylaxis at the work place: implementing international guidelines – Santiago Quirce
13.109.00 am -10.30 am CET –
replicated:
5.00 pm -6.30 pm CET