Respiratory Therapy: Indiana RT Full CE Requirement 8-Hour Package

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Courses included in this package. Click on a course to learn more.

  • Neonatal Respiratory Care: Essential Care, 2nd Edition - 2HRS

    This advanced-level course is designed for the respiratory therapist with a desire to learn more about the development of the fetus, changes that occur during or shortly after birth, and how to assess and treat the newborn. This course starts with the development of the lungs, discussing the stages of development and lung growth, fetal lung fluid, and, of vital importance, surfactant. Lung development and fetal circulation are also covered. Fetal circulation is unique, with three shunts to aid in fetal development. During and shortly after delivery, many changes must occur to allow the neonate to smoothly transition to the outside world. It is important to know whether the fetus or mother is at risk for developing problems after birth in order to anticipate such issues.
  • Obstructive Sleep Apnea and Other Sleep Disorders, 2nd Edition- RT - 2HRS

    This intermediate level course is designed to provide current knowledge to respiratory therapists and other healthcare p rofessionals regarding obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and other sleep disorders.

  • Preventing Medical Errors and Promoting Patient Safety, 2nd Edition - 2HRS
    Respiratory therapists are responsible for the assessment and treatment of all cardiopulmonary patients. The purpose of this course is to present the concepts and issues related to patient safety and medical errors, as well as to explore the changes that are necessary for the development of a culture of safety. The National Board for Respiratory Care (NBRC) assesses the respiratory therapist’s knowledge of nationally recognized patient safety concepts as part of the credentialing exams. Upon completion of this course, the participants will demonstrate an increased level of knowledge surrounding patient safety and medical errors, providing applicable knowledge to the clinical setting.
  • Pulmonary Rehabilitation, 3rd edition - 2HRS
    Pulmonary Rehabilitation is a continuing education course designed to provide current information on COPD patients and pulmonary rehabilitation. Key topics in this course include:  goals of pulmonary rehabilitation, pulmonary rehabilitation program and setting, admission criteria, initial patient evaluation, exercise testing, 6-minute walk test, breathing techniques and chest physical therapy, psychosocial measures, nutritional interventions, collaborative self-management and patient centered, cross-continuum disease management. Pre- and post tests are provided for outcome assessment. A list of current references is available for further reading.
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Indiana RT Full CE Requirement 8-Hour Package

48.00

Included Courses

Courses included in this package. Click on a course to learn more.

  • Neonatal Respiratory Care: Essential Care, 2nd Edition - 2HRS

    This advanced-level course is designed for the respiratory therapist with a desire to learn more about the development of the fetus, changes that occur during or shortly after birth, and how to assess and treat the newborn. This course starts with the development of the lungs, discussing the stages of development and lung growth, fetal lung fluid, and, of vital importance, surfactant. Lung development and fetal circulation are also covered. Fetal circulation is unique, with three shunts to aid in fetal development. During and shortly after delivery, many changes must occur to allow the neonate to smoothly transition to the outside world. It is important to know whether the fetus or mother is at risk for developing problems after birth in order to anticipate such issues.
  • Obstructive Sleep Apnea and Other Sleep Disorders, 2nd Edition- RT - 2HRS

    This intermediate level course is designed to provide current knowledge to respiratory therapists and other healthcare p rofessionals regarding obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and other sleep disorders.

  • Preventing Medical Errors and Promoting Patient Safety, 2nd Edition - 2HRS
    Respiratory therapists are responsible for the assessment and treatment of all cardiopulmonary patients. The purpose of this course is to present the concepts and issues related to patient safety and medical errors, as well as to explore the changes that are necessary for the development of a culture of safety. The National Board for Respiratory Care (NBRC) assesses the respiratory therapist’s knowledge of nationally recognized patient safety concepts as part of the credentialing exams. Upon completion of this course, the participants will demonstrate an increased level of knowledge surrounding patient safety and medical errors, providing applicable knowledge to the clinical setting.
  • Pulmonary Rehabilitation, 3rd edition - 2HRS
    Pulmonary Rehabilitation is a continuing education course designed to provide current information on COPD patients and pulmonary rehabilitation. Key topics in this course include:  goals of pulmonary rehabilitation, pulmonary rehabilitation program and setting, admission criteria, initial patient evaluation, exercise testing, 6-minute walk test, breathing techniques and chest physical therapy, psychosocial measures, nutritional interventions, collaborative self-management and patient centered, cross-continuum disease management. Pre- and post tests are provided for outcome assessment. A list of current references is available for further reading.