Multimedia guide to allergy

Online course (currently unavailable)

Course details

  • Duration: 1 hour per module
  • Fees:
  • 4 modules £80
  • 1 module £25
  • 10% discount for ICHNT Staff
  • Course venue: Online
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Offering an exciting opportunity to gain online CME credits on major topics in Allergy through Imperial College, the world-leading centre of excellence for clinical practice, research and education in Allergy.

Series 2: Mechanisms and Management of Allergic Airways Diseases, Anaphylaxis and Drug Allergy

  • Module 5:  Asthma
  • Module 6:  Rhinoconjunctivitis and Immunotherapy
  • Module 7:  Insect Allergy and Anaphylaxis
  • Module 8:  Drug Allergy and Desensitisation

You may study as many individual modules as you wish, or take four modules to obtain an Imperial College Certificate of Completion.  Each module will take approximately one hour to complete.  You will have online access to the study materials for four months.

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Course aims

The learning objectives are to improve your diagnosis and management of patients with allergic disease.  Each interactive module examines the science underlying each allergic condition and provides a wealth of practical information on diagnosis and management, finishing with a self-assessment questionnaire to test and consolidate your learning.

Who is this for?

The MMGA is a valuable educational resource for:

  • Allergists
  • Paediatricians
  • Specialists (ENT, Gastroenterology, Respiratory, Dermatology, Immunology)
  • Fellows in Training
  • General Practitioners
  • Nurses
  • Dieticians
  • All Individuals with a professional or personal interest in allergic diseases

Introduction to the MMGA and materials

View the MMGA taster or watch a short video introduction to the course where you will be able to see a taster of the learning materials, and access registration and payment details.

Imperial College London Multimedia Guide to Allergy

This is an introductory video to the Imperial College London Multimedia Guide to Allergy.


Accreditation & Certificates

Each module is accredited by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education, (EACCME) for 1 hour of CME; credits gained through the EACCME can be logged by ACCME users and are widely accepted by accrediting bodies worldwide.  

You will be able to print out your EACCME credit certificate upon successful completion of each module.  Learners who complete all four modules will receive an Imperial College Certificate of Completion by post.

Comments from past participants

"A very instructive way of learning"

"A great educational medium "

"A very good, informative and interesting module"

I would strongly recommend this course to colleagues"