Our seminars are designed to provide clinical information regarding the basics of a tracheostomy, including the physiologic impact of tracheostomy on a patient’s respiratory, speech, and swallowing functions. Clinicians will learn step-by-step strategies to assess the use of a no-leak speaking valve to restore communication, improve swallow, improve secretion management, and restore subglottic pressure in patients who require a tracheostomy.
CEUs will be offered for Respiratory Therapists, Speech-Language Pathologists, and Nurses in the United States. All others will receive a certificate of attendance.
“Hands down the best CEU course that I have attended in a long time.”
“I’ve worked with the tracheostomy and vent population for many years, but each time I take your courses, I always pick up one, if not several, tidbits of information to bring back to my staff and implement ASAP.”
“I will be able to use the information I learned today during a therapy session with one of my acute care patients tomorrow.”
Refunds will only be granted if requested at least 48 hours prior to the start of the seminar. Processing fees will be deducted from the refund amount if requested within the 48 hours.
Assessment and Treatment Tools for Pediatric Tracheostomy: An Interactive Seminar
Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Office Park
Saturday, September 7, 2019 – Atlanta, GA
Strategies for Assessment and Treatment Following Tracheostomy: An Interactive Seminar
Texas Health Resources University
Saturday, September 21, 2019 – Fort Worth, TX
From Infants to Adults: Use of a No-Leak Speaking Valve to Improve Communication & Swallowing for Tracheostomy and Ventilator Patients