The purpose and mission of ARIA (Allergic Rhinitis and its Impact on Asthma), the world health initiative on allergic rhinitis, is to educate and implement evidence-based management of allergic rhinitis in conjunction with asthma, worldwide through:
- planning, managing, and financing pilot projects to improve the health of broad sectors of the population throughout the world
- setting up rural healthcare activities
- providing support for preventive, diagnostic, and therapeutic measures as part of basic healthcare
ARIA is a non-governmental organization (NGO) working in collaboration with the World Health Organization. ARIA is a member of the Global Alliance Against Chronic Respiratory Diseases (GARD), a WHO-organized project. For more information about GARD please visit www.who.int/gard/en/.
ARIA & EUFOREA
Joining forces is essential to tackle the burden of chronic respiratory diseases, and to fulfill that objective, ARIA is now an integrated part of EUFOREA. Prof. Jean Bousquet, Chairman of ARIA, is explaining the reason of that fusion in the video below:
ARIA 2016: Care pathways implementing emerging technologies for predictive medicine in rhinitis and asthma across the life cycle
This document was published in 2016 in the journal Clinical and Translational Allergy.
This slide set summarizes the ARIA activities for 2016 as well as the ARIA resources available.
Access the 2008 financial conflict-of-interest disclosure statements pertaining to the ARIA guidelines.
The 2008 revision of the ARIA Report, published as a Supplement in the European Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, reviews the latest scientific evidence on the definition and classification of rhinitis, risk factors, mechanisms, and diagnosis and treatment, with extensive citations from the scientific literature.
The ARIA Pocket Guide summarizes the information in the 2008 ARIA Report in a convenient, easy-to-use pocket-size format.
Access the 2010 financial conflict-of-interest disclosure statements pertaining to the ARIA guidelines.
The ARIA guideline documents are copyrighted materials and may not be shared, duplicated, or reproduced. No commercial use of this copyrighted material can be made without written permission from the copyright holder. For inquiries concerning commercial distribution and other uses of the ARIA guideline documents or the figures and tables they contain, please contact us . Infringement of the global copyright for ARIA materials will be prosecuted.
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