At Imperial College London, our courses are run by world-leading experts and incorporate up-to-the-minute information on new research and clinical practice to ensure that what you learn is always relevant to what you do.
These innovative online courses will give an in-depth overview of the topics, from the pathophysiology to the clinical presentation, diagnosis as well as advanced management and prevention strategies. The courses, designed for all levels of healthcare professionals, will include asynchronous materials (pre-recorded lectures and resources) as well as a range of live interactive sessions.
Scientific basis of allergy October – November 2021 (New course)
Live online sessions on 3 & 16 -18 November 2021
In this short course you will study the scientific basis of allergy, focussing on the immune mechanisms
underlying allergic diseases and how this relates to the origins, pathophysiology, clinical presentation,
diagnostic approach and potential prevention and therapeutic targets such as biologics and immunotherapy.
Food hypersensitivity October – November 2021
Live online sessions on 11 & 22 – 24 November 2021
A comprehensive overview of food hypersensitivity in children and adults that will help you develop a robust
understanding of the scientific basis underpinning its pathophysiology, diagnosis, prevention, and
management. This will enable you to develop skills in identifying, planning the management and
treatment of these patients.
Diagnosis & treatment of allergic diseases December 2021 – January 2022 (New course)
Live online sessions on 10 & 17-19 January 2022
You will study a comprehensive overview of the diagnosis and management of allergic diseases in children
and in adults. The course aims to develop your understanding of the clinical features seen in allergic
disease which will enable you to conduct appropriate clinical history-taking and diagnostic work-up and
arrive at an accurate diagnosis.
Register today and build your career at the #HomeOfAllergy
For further details contact:
Centre for Continuing Professional Development
Imperial College London
e: [email protected] t: 020 7594 6885