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From Chaos to Collaboration - Improving Teams in Clinical Healthcare
Presented by Tabitha Ogle, MS, BCC, RRT
Course: #1872Level: Introductory1.5 Hours
Discover the fundamentals of effective teams inside clinical healthcare. Participants will learn tools to encourage collaboration, effective communication, shared outcomes, team development, and self-advocacy.

Safe and Effective Staffing for Respiratory Therapists
Presented by Katlyn Burr, MSM-HCA, RRT, RRT-NPS, AE-C
Course: #1881Level: Intermediate1 Hour
The course reviews the AARC Safe and Effective Staffing Guide and provides practical implications for implementation in respiratory care departments. Managers and directors will understand the tools and available resources, while staff RTs will understand the methodology and appropriate workload expectations.

Artificial Airways: An Introduction
Presented by Jhanvi Soni, BSRT, RRT-ACCS, NPS
Course: #1877Level: Introductory1 Hour
An overview of various types of artificial airways is presented in this course. The process for carrying out speaking trials with speaking valves and/or trach caps, and strategies for managing potential emergencies, are discussed.

Arterial Catheter (A-line) Insertion
Presented by Duane Reed, EdD, RRT, RCP
Course: #1867Level: Introductory1 Hour
An introductory course on arterial lines provides education on foundational concepts and reviews the technique for placement. Discussion on the research associated with the placement of an arterial catheter is explained.

Mechanical Power at a Glance
Presented by Keith Lamb, RRT, RRT-ACCS, FAARC, FCCM
Course: #1840Level: Advanced1 Hour
Mechanical power pertains to the energy applied to the lungs of mechanically ventilated patients. We discuss approaches to minimizing mechanical power and the sequelae of excessive mechanical power.

Emotional Intelligence: Handling with Care in the Workplace
Presented by Ten'Niquwa Bryan, B.A.S, M.S, Ten'Niquwa "Nikki" Bryan, B.A.S, M.S
Course: #1862Level: Introductory1.5 Hours
This course explores the set of personal and social competencies in emotional intelligence. This course reviews components of oneself, including self-awareness, personal reflection, and the development of human interaction within Respiratory Therapy.

Solving a Medical Mystery: How COVID-19 Silenced Hypoxia
Presented by Rich Kallet, MS, RRT, FAARC, FCCM
Course: #1834Level: Advanced1 Hour
Silent hypoxia occurs in some COVID-19 patients affecting breathing perception and dyspnea. This course discusses the silent hypoxemia’s relationship between ventilatory drive, cardiovascular decline, and the phenomenon of sudden death.

Respiratory Management of Patients with Neuromuscular Weakness Series: Review of the Grading of Recommendations for Assessment, Development, and Evaluations
Presented by Duane Reed, EdD, RRT, RCP
Course: #1846Level: Introductory1 Hour
Clinical experts comprised a multi-professional panel to conduct a systematic review to address patients with neuromuscular diseases (NMD). A review of evidenced-based grading of recommendations and management of patients with NMD is discussed. It is part of an NMD series but can be viewed as a stand-alone learning experience.

Liberation from Mechanical Ventilation: A Physiologic and Historical Perspective
Presented by Rich Kallet
Course: #1786Level: Advanced1 Hour
The essence of weaning is that critically-ill patients can resume unassisted breathing when minute ventilation demands and mechanical disturbances in the pulmonary system improve enough that their respiratory muscles can handle increased workloads without developing fatigue. Therefore, this lecture explains how respiratory muscle physiology is impacted by pulmonary disease and also how ventilator strategies either facilitate or stymie weaning. Both aspects are essential for clinicians to master the art of weaning.

Advanced Resuscitation Review, Improving Patient Outcomes
Presented by Corey Mohnike, BS, RRT-ACCS
Course: #1828Level: Advanced1.5 Hours
This course aims to improve patient outcomes for anyone experiencing cardiopulmonary arrest or needing other advanced cardiac life support interventions. Reviewing the importance of preventing arrest and how high-performance teams can influence a patient's survivability of an arrest.

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