Managing Allergic Rhinitis CME

This course has been designed principally for primary care physicians (General Practitioners etc.) but is relevant for all healthcare professionals who are involved in the care of patients with allergic rhinitis.

1 European CME credit (ECMEC®) is awarded for successful completion.

Date of activity

25 September 2017 – 25 September 2019.

This course consists of an introduction, three modules and a closing survey.

Managing Allergic Rhinitis CME


All references throughout the course are listed here.

Quick baseline questions will be asked at the start and throughout each module to assess your understanding. You will not be assessed on your responses to these questions.

Evaluation questions will be asked at the end of each module. These will form the basis of your assessment. You must achieve a score of 70% or above to pass the course.

On completion of this course, participants will understand:

  1. The underlying pathophysiology of allergic rhinitis
  2. The tools available to diagnose and assess the control of allergic rhinitis.
  3. The pharmacological options available for the treatment of allergic rhinitis.
  4. A guideline-driven approach to managing allergic rhinitis and common comorbidities.
     

Faculty

Dr Alex Dale

Dr Alex Dale (MBBS, MRCGP 2014) graduated from Guys, Kings and St Thomas School of Medicine (Kings College London) in 2009 having previously attended Sevenoaks School as an academic scholar. After this he trained in General Practice in the South East of England and South London and is now a GP partner at Heathfield Surgery. He has recently taken up the post of GP Tutor for Hastings & Rother and High Weald Lewes & Havens CCGs. When not at work he enjoys cycling, reading and mountain climbing.

Additional Information

System Requirements

Managing Allergic Rhinitis CME - System requirements.

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