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Speakers Bureau FAQ

The Speakers Bureau is composed of AAP Section on Allergy and Immunology members with varied expertise who are available for speaking engagements that address pediatric allergy- and asthma-related topics. The section created the Speakers Bureau to further its commitment to ensuring that pediatric-aged patients receive the highest quality of care in allergy, asthma, and immunology.

The following are frequently asked questions about the Speakers Bureau.

Q. How can I benefit from the Section on Allergy and Immunology Speakers Bureau?

A. Members of the section are board-certified pediatricians and board-certified allergist-immunologists. By joining the Speakers Bureau, you are helping to promote your field of expertise while also giving your time to a worthy cause—continuing education about asthma- and allergy-related topics.

Q. Who can request a speaker, and what types of audiences are they willing to speak to?

A. Any organization/entity can request a speaker(s). Each member of the speakers bureau has experience speaking to a variety of audiences, from the general public to primary care physicians and specialists to all types of local, regional, and national programs.

Q. How do I request a speaker?

A. You must complete the online Speaker Request Form and agree to the Disclaimer to receive information about potential speakers. Please note, the Section on Allergy and Immunology does not make arrangements for honorarium, travel, or housing accommodations but leaves that up to the sponsoring organization/entity. Speakers Bureau members are not official AAP representatives. If you have a specific program for which you would like an official AAP representative present or want to request AAP support, please contact the Section on Allergy and Immunology.

The information contained in the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) Section on Allergy and Immunology Web site should not be used as a substitute for the medical care and advice of your pediatrician. Your pediatrician may recommend variations in treatment based on individual facts and circumstances. Opinions expressed are those of the authors and not necessarily those of the AAP. Reprinted articles do not represent official AAP policy and should not be taken as such.

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