The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases estimates that allergic rhinitis affects up to 35 million Americans annually, and accounts for over 16 million office visits. In a new online CME course from AAPA, “Nothing to Sneeze At: Evidence-based Guidelines for Diagnosing and Managing Allergic Rhinitis,” an expert panel examines and discusses current evidence-based guidelines for the diagnosis and treatment of allergic rhinitis.
In addition, a case study is presented to help illustrate both diagnostic and therapeutic management strategies and the critical role of PAs in managing allergic rhinitis in clinical practice.
After viewing the expert panel discussion, you can test your knowledge by completing the eCase challenge.
This two-part activity is available free of charge to current AAPA members and has been approved for one hour of AAPA Category 1 CME credit.
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