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“Back to School” Special AARC Approved Course Package

Don’t Procrastinate when it comes to your Continuing Education Credits

“Never put off for tomorrow, what you can do today.” – Thomas Jefferson

As Fall approaches, this is the time of the year for young ones, from preschooler to college students, to return to serious learning when the Fall semester begins in late August or early September. While many young ones dread leaving the lazy days of Summer behind and return to school, many parents look forward to their increased freedom and resulting quiet and productivity.  Although, young and old, regardless of your position or chosen career, you never stop learning.

“Never stop learning because life never stops teaching.”

This is especially true for medical personnel, specifically Respiratory Therapists and Sleep Technicians, who need an average of 10-20 continuing education credits per year. With the hectic schedule of maintaining a fine balance between work and life, many either put it off or forget their continuing education until the deadline at the end of year approaches. But did you know that procrastination can adversely affect your learning and retention?

“Some online learners may abide by the old adage: ‘why put off to tomorrow what you can do today’. Procrastination has a variety of far-reaching effects. It can decrease learner motivation, engagement, and participation, as well as hinder them from achieving their goals. Instead of being excited self-starters who give it their all, procrastinators hurry just before the deadline and never truly absorb the subject matter.” – eLearning Industry

Rather than wait to the last minute, take this time when the kids are back to school, Summer vacations have passed and prior to the holiday season starts (which is eight weeks away). Get started now! If you avoid the rush of procrastination, you can reduce your stress, get more out of your courses and fulfill your annual credits.

We can help! SleepEdu.org offers convenient and affordable online education with courses that are approved by AARC, BRPT, CSRT and AAST.  Our courses are written by Sleep Medicine and Respiratory Care Industry Leaders, and are peer and/or physician reviewed. And the best part is that you can take our courses when and where is most convenient for you, as long as you have an internet connection.

 

“Back to School” Special on the CRCE Course Package 2017 (Approved by AARC)

To motivate you further, we have an additional savings on Special AARC Approved Course Package 2017.  The discounted package price is $549.99 for 48 courses, through the end of the year, but for a limited time, we have further reduced the package price to $475.00. This is a savings of almost $300 (if you were to buy the courses individually)! This offer expires December 1, 2017. So don’t procrastinate, but purchase this package online and get started today. Our courses are simple to purchase, access and earn required credits. All you need is a credit/debit card and the desire to get continuing education credits.

Get started today:

 

Special AARC Approved Course Package 2017 – 48 Courses included:

  1. Abuse and Neglect of the Elderly What Sleep Professionals Need to Know
  2. Accreditation:  A Vital Step to Becoming a Leader as a Sleep Medicine Provider
  3. An Understanding of COPD for the Sleep Medicine Professional
  4. Analyzing the EKG: Understanding Arrhythmias  and Damage to the Heart
  5. Asthma and Obstructive Sleep Apnea:  Identification, Understanding and Treatment
  6. Beginner’s Guide to Financial Statements
  7. Bridging Sleep Testing Diagnosis and Therapy into a Comprehensive Sleep Program
  8. Business Planning: A Process Used by Organizations to Succeed
  9. Child Abuse and Neglect
  10. CPAP and Oxygen – Matching Systems to Patient’s Needs
  11. Defining and Measuring Competency
  12. Disaster and Emergency Preparedness
  13. Diversity and Social injustice: Prevalence, Problems and Solutions
  14. DME National Competitive Bidding and its effect on your Sleep Program
  15. Falls Prevention
  16. Fraud Prevention and Compliance with Law and Regulation
  17. Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)
  18. Infection Prevention and Control in  Sleep Testing Facilities
  19. Integration of Home Sleep Testing to Enhance a Market Presence
  20. Keeping Employees Healthy and Safe
  21. Managing Your Time
  22. Modes of PAP Therapy
  23. Narcolepsy
  24. Obesity Hypoventilation Syndrome
  25. Oral Appliances: An Effective Alternative for Treatment of Obstructive Sleep Apnea
  26. OSHA Standards for Bloodborne Pathogens and Infectious Disease
  27. Overlap Syndrome   (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease & Obstructive Sleep Apnea)
  28. Patient Education:  Increasing Adherence with Therapy
  29. Performance Management: A Tool for All Organizations
  30. Prevention of Respiratory Complications with Sedation
  31. Pulmonary Function Testing PART I
  32. Recording Seizures in the Sleep Center
  33. Respiratory System Overview
  34. Sexual Harassment – Treating Each Other with Dignity and Respect
  35. Sleep across the Age Continuum:  A Gift of Sleep For the Preschooler
  36. Sleep Across the Age Continuum: How Sleep in the Golden Years Changes
  37. Sleep Across the Age Continuum: Is There Anything Normal About Teen and Adolescent Sleep?
  38. Sleep Apnea Co-morbidities: Relationships with Obesity, Diabetes and Cardiovascular Disease
  39. The Clinical Application of MSLT and MWT
  40. The Connection between Childhood Disordered Breathing and ADHD
  41. The Criminal Threat – Reasons and Remedies
  42. The Gift of Sleep for Parents and Child
  43. The Importance of Billing and Coding Correctly In the Sleep Center
  44. The Process of Effective Delegation
  45. Understanding Coronary Artery Disease and Heart Failure
  46. Understanding Respiratory Failure
  47. Understanding Sleep Apnea
  48. What’s Hot in OSA VIDEO PRESENTATION

 

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