Recorded: EIP 2020 ● Language: English ● Duration: 118 minutes Topic: Pediatric Respiratory

Presentation 1: Microbes as Novel Targets for Asthma Treatment and Prevention

SEJAL SAGLANI, Professor of Paediatric Respiratory Medicine, Imperial College London, UNITED KINGDOM

Learning Objectives: (1) Understanding the role of viruses in the inception of asthma (2) Understanding the role of bacteria/microbiome in infection-induced exacerbations (3) The use of objective biomarkers to undertake targeted treatment to prevent asthma attacks

Presentation 2: Oral Immunotherapy for Food Allergy: A Dawn of the New Era and Anaphylaxis Management

PAUL TURNER, Clinician in Paediatric Allergy & Immunology, Imperial College London, UNITED KINGDOM

Learning Objectives: (1) Describe the recent progress made in terms of developing immunotherapy for food allergy. (2) Review the remaining barriers to immunotherapy being widely available in clinical practice. (3) Consider other interventions which can alleviate the burden of allergic disease in individuals with food allergy

Presentation 3: Early-life origins of COPD

ADNAN CUSTOVIC, Clinical Professor of Paediatric Allergy, Imperial College London, UNITED KINGDOM

Learning Objectives: (1) Understand why early life events are crucial for the development of COPD and the lifelong lung health (2) Explain how to identify children at risk (3) Discuss how best to intervene during or after the crucial pre-school years

Presentation 4: Long Term Effects of Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia

MARIELLE PIJNENBURG, Ass. Prof., Head of Paediatric Respiratory, Erasmus University MC, THE NETHERLANDS

Learning Objectives: (1) Learn the long term respiratory consequences of preterm birth and bronchopulmonary dysplasia (2) Understand why long term follow of children with BPD into adulthood is needed (3) Learn how to set up your own follow-up program