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IFAN Allergy Podinar Series 1

Tune in, sit back and relax while watching allergy experts from across Ireland having practical discussions on allergy management. There’s no formal structure, no slides, it’s all live.

Episode 4 - 25th May postponed to Tuesday 22nd June 7.30pm

We have taken the decision to postpone Episode 4 due to the recent cyber attack on the HSE. It was scheduled for Tuesday 25th May and will now be on Tuesday 22nd June.

If you have registered already it will be carried over to the new date.

Dr John Fitzsimons and Prof David Coghlan will host discussions on Immunoprevention and Immunotherapy along with Prof Jonathan Hourihane and Dr Aideen Byrne.

Register for Episode 4 here

Episode 3 - Tuesday 27th April, 7.30pm.

Prof Jonathan Hourihane and Dr Fiona Magee will host discussions on Adult Allergies along with guest speakers Dr Niall Conlon and Dr Caríosa Lee Brennan.

Episode 2 - Tuesday 30th March, 7.30pm.

Dr Aideen Byrne and Dr Muhammad Tariq will host discussions on Respiratory Allergies with Dr John Fitzsimons and Professor Basil Elnazir. Viewers are encouraged to participate throughout with questions and comments.

Episode 1 - Tuesday 23rd February, 7.30pm.

Dr Aideen Byrne and Dr Cathryn O’Carroll hosted Episode 1 on Common allergy issues in the first year with Ruth Charles and Dr Yvonne D’Art.

Download full Series details here.

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