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The respiratory system is one of the body's most effective defense systems that is designed to protect us against a wide range of illnesses by keeping dirt, toxins, pollutants, and pathogens at bay.
However, there are several important things that patients need to do to reduce their risk of lung disease. It is important for doctors and other healthcare professionals to be aware of the most effective ways of maintaining respiratory health for the prevention of common pulmonary conditions like asthma, COPD, and lung cancer.
This also marks the need to learn how respiratory conditions can be managed differently and with a unique approach in these patients.
Our A & T Lectures are aimed at providing clear guidelines to doctors about the various aspects of pulmonary health and diseases. Each A & T Lecture is delivered by speakers having years of clinical experience in the management of respiratory illnesses.
Our webinars, respiratory CEU conferences are focused on providing information about the latest developments in pulmonary care and treatments including the management of acute and chronic diseases such as ARDS, and short-term and long-term complications linked to unhealthy lifestyle habits, especially smoking, poor dietary choices, mental stress, and COVID-19.
You can join the AARC approved continuing education to keep yourself updated about the management of respiratory distress in your patients.
We will share with you a clinician’s view about the treatment and prevention of lung cancer, asthma, COPD, bronchiectasis, pneumonia, and tuberculosis to help you prepare to face the challenges. Our webinars also include a discussion about the future of COVID-19 in view of the treatments and vaccinations, as well as the assessment of long-term complications.
You will get an opportunity to interact with and ask questions to our panel of expert physicians. You can join the respiratory conference to keep yourself updated about COVID-19 and improve your expertise in the management of related pulmonary conditions and other systemic complications.
You can attend our local conference or destination conference, or even join us for webinars for online education in order to keep yourself updated about the latest guidelines from the concerned authorities about the diagnosis and treatment of lung disorders. These webinars also offer continued medical education about the research studies that are being conducted and their findings providing evidence of the therapeutic benefits of various pulmonary therapies.
Being aware of the advantages and disadvantages of these therapies can allow doctors to recommend the most effective treatments to their patients suffering from acute and chronic pulmonary diseases.
Our speakers have established their expertise in the field of pulmonary medicine and believe in sharing their knowledge with the medical fraternity from different countries to improve the healthcare systems across the world. They also aim to improve the outcomes of pulmonary diseases by guiding physicians about the most effective ways to manage their patients.
Our expert speakers include Robert Chatburn and Garry Kauffman among several others. Robert Chatburn is a professor in the department of medicine, at Lerner College of Medicineat the Case Western Reserve University. Garry Kauffman is our proactive, collaborative, and result-driven executive leader having the ability to drive better outcomes and measurable improvements in patient safety, satisfaction, and quality.
Our speakers have years of experience in clinical services and the healthcare industry, including acute care, long-term acute care, ambulatory care, and physician practice management, and possess the necessary skills and knowledge to help you provide the best possible treatments to your patients thusenabling you to improve the prognosis of life-threatening pulmonary as well as related cardiac events.
A & T Respiratory Lectures offer a great deal of information to our audience of respiratory therapists. We have started a program that includes a one-time registration. It provides you with access to ALL our "live" webinars as well as self-paced “Passive Education” programs. We change our educational content on a yearly basis to ensure you are regularly updated about the latest recommendations in the field of pulmonary medicine so that you are able to meet the challenging demands placed during the treatment of patients in the most efficient manner.
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