Volume: 55 - Issue: 3
First page: 202 - Last page: 210
P.W. Hellings - C.A. Akdis - C. Bachert - J. Bousquet - B. Pugin - G. Adriaensen - R. Advani - I. Agache - C. Anjo - R. Anmolsingh - E. Annoni - T. Bieber - A. Bizaki - I. Braverman - I. Callebaut - J.A. Castillo Vizuete - T. Chalermwatanachai - R. Chmielewski - C. Cingi - L. Cools - C. Coppije - M.E. Cornet - I. De Boeck - E. De Corso - G. De Greve - M. Doulaptsi - R. Edmiston - S. Erskine - E. Gevaert - P. Gevaert - K. Golebski - C. Hopkins - V. Hox - C. Jaeggi - G. Joos - S. Khwaja - A. Kjeldsen - L. Klimek - M. Koennecke - I. Kortekaas Krohn - O. Krysko - B.N. Kumar - C. Langdon - B. Lange - G. Lekakis - P. Levie - E. Lourijsen - V.J. Lund - K. Martens - R. Mösges - J. Mullol - T.D. Nyembue - S. Palkonen - C. Philpott - J. Pimentel - A. Poirrier - A.C. Pratas - E. Prokopakis - L. Pujols - P. Rombaux - C. Schmidt-Weber - C. Segboer - I. Spacova - J. Staikuniene - B. Steelant - E.A. Steinsvik - A. Teufelberger - L. Van Gerven - K. Van Gool - R. Verbrugge - B. Verhaeghe - P. Virkkula - S. Vlaminck - E. Vries-Uss - M. Wagenmann - T. Zuberbier - S.F. Seys - W.J. Fokkens
The first European Rhinology Research Forum organized by the European Forum for Research and Education in Allergy and Airway Diseases (EUFOREA) was held in the Royal Academy of Medicine in Brussels on 17th and 18th November 2016, in collaboration with the European Rhinologic Society (ERS) and the Global Allergy and Asthma European Network (GA2LEN). One hundred and thirty participants (medical doctors from different specialties, researchers, as well as patients and industry representatives) from 27 countries took part in the multiple perspective discussions including brainstorming sessions on care pathways and research needs in rhinitis and rhinosinusitis. The debates started with an overview of the current state of the art, including weaknesses and strengths of the current practices, followed by the identification of essential research needs, thoroughly integrated in the context of Precision Medicine (PM), with personalized care, prediction of success of treatment, participation of the patient and prevention of disease as key principles for improving current clinical practices. This report provides a concise summary of the outcomes of the brainstorming sessions of the European Rhinology Research Forum 2016.
Rhinology 55-3: 202-210, 2017
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