* 1. To receive CME credits enter information requested in the first three questions. Physicians may claim up to 6.25 hours of CME credits. Your certificate will be sent to your email address within five business days. Please take a few moments to answer all the questions in the survey. Your thoughtful input helps us plan future meetings to better serve your academic interests. Thank you.

* 2. Please tell us about your profession.

* 3. The University of Buffalo School of Medicine & Biomedical Sciences has designated the "Allergy, Asthma & Immunologic Disorders: Bridges to Understanding" as an ACCME-approved activity. Physicians may receive up to 6.25 AMA PRA Category 1 credits for attendance. Please indicate below the number of credits you are claiming.

* 4. For each symposium speaker indicate if in your opinion the presentation was free of commercial bias.

  Yes No
Prescott Woodruff, MD
Jonathan Corren, MD
Larry Borish, MD
Paneez Khoury, MD
Glenn Furata, MD
Hugh Sampson, MD
AAIFNC Board Members

* 5. How would you rate the effectiveness of each presentation as it pertains to your practice, with 5 being the highest?

  5 4 3 2 1
Prescott Woodruff, MD: Spoiled for Choice: Mode of Action & Biomarkers for Asthma Biologics
Jonathan Corren, MD: New Biologic Therapy for Cutaneous Disease
Larry Borish, MD: Immunology of Biologic Therapies for Allergy & Asthma
Larry Borish, MD: Chronic Rhinosinusitis
Paneez Khoury, MD: Evaluation of Eosinophilia
Glenn Furata, MD: Eosinophilic Esophagitis
Hugh Sampson, MD: Food Allergy Update
AAIFNC Board Members

* 6. If you are a physician, will you change your practice as a result of attending this activity?

* 7. Please evaluate the course overall.

  Yes No
The right amount of information was presented.
There was sufficient time allotted for questions and comments.
The information provided was appropriate to my level of training.
There was sufficient time allotted for the presentations.
Course material - flash drive, slides, handouts - were appropriate and adequate.
The activity provided objectivity and balance.
The activity was free of commercial bias.

* 8. Please tell us about your impression of the program as an overall environment for an effective and comfortable educational experience

  Enthusiastically Agree Agree No strong opinion Disagree Vehemently Disagree
Lecture room temperature was optimal.
Refreshments were excellent.
Registration was simple & accurate.
Breakfast was excellent.
There was adequate time for questions.
Adequate time was provided to visit sponsors.
Subjects were interesting and relevant.
Audiovisual presentation was optimal.
Lunch was excellent.
Sound level & quality were optimal.
Seating was comfortable & adequate.
Moderators were prepared & fair.

* 9. The goal of The Allergy, Asthma and Immunology Foundation of Northern California is to provide useful educational material to help you improve outcomes in the treatment of your patients with asthma and atopic or immunologically-mediated illnesses. Please help us plan future meetings by telling us a little about your interests.

  Enthusiastically Want More Wouldn't Mind More No strong opinion Wouldn't Mind Less Please, No More of This
Eosinophilic Disorders
Microbiome
Pulmonary Diseases
Hereditary Angioedema
Allergic Rhinitis & Sinusitis
Asthma
Autoinflammatory Disease
Anaphylaxis
Allergic Eye Disease
Eczema
Immunotherapy
COPD
Hives & Angioedema
Immunodeficiency
Food Allergy

* 10. Providing an accredited, high quality conference for you is the goal of the AAIFNC Board of Directors. Current economic climate and regulatory changes affecting the willingness of pharmaceutical companies to support meetings such as ours means that achieving that goal at a reasonable cost to attendees has become ever more challenging. Please help us prioritize aspects of future meetings by ranking the following attributes so that we may continue to bring you the meeting that you want. Thank you for attending "Bridges to Understanding" and for taking time to provide feedback. We hope to see you at future symposia.

  Highest Priority 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th Lowest Priority
Venue in San Francisco
Flash drive with slides
Hotel venue near Union Square
Highest quality speakers
Tasty snacks
Longer 2 day program
Great breakfast
Great lunch
Longer 1.5 day program
Printed syllabus

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