For decades, the New England Society of Allergy (NESA) has offered up to date continuing allergy/immunology education for physicians and allied health providers. The spring and fall meetings bring together allergists/immunologists from multiple states in the Northeast eager to get cutting edge continuing medical education (CME) from national and international experts, network with colleagues, and most importantly learn from each other in our rapidly changing health care landscape. As continuing medical education costs have drastically increased, NESA, with prudent fiscal responsibility, has provided very affordable and invaluable CME which translates into better care for our patients.
The New England Society of Allergy (NESA) is a non-profit organization of board certified allergists and immunologists in the six New England states and upstate New York. NESA was founded for the purpose of fostering the study of the science and the practice of allergy; to foster high standards of the practice of allergy; to educate its members by presenting educational programs; and to promote the health and welfare of allergy patients through education.