Details

  • Status Open
  • Date(s) May 14 - 15, 2013
  • Location Charlotte AHEC
  • RoomClassroom 19
  •  Registration is Closed

Fees

  • $300.00 Registration (May 7 & later); breakfast and lunch provided

Credits

  • 1.30CEU
  • 13.00Contact Hours

Asthma Educator Institute (AEI)

*Registration payment includes Credit Cards and Interfund Transfers ONLY.

Target Audience

Respiratory Therapists, nurses, pharmacists, Masters Prepared C.H.E.S. Health Educators, Social Workers, AE-Cs preparing for recertification

Description

**REGISTRATION FOR THIS WORKSHOP IS NOW CLOSED. Please email Christina Fisher (christina.fisher@carolinashealthcare.org) to be placed on a waiting list.


Tuesday, Day One: 8:00am - 5:00pm
Wednesday, Day Two: 8:15am - 4:30pm

The curriculum covers the content outlined in the NAECB Candidate Handbook and includes case reviews, hands-on skills demonstration and practice. The course is delivered by asthma experts from the community, including Certified Asthma Educators (AE-C).

Objectives:
• Apply different styles of learning and age-appropriate teaching and learning strategies, including effective communication skills
• Assess the needs and identify issues that contribute/ inhibit asthma management, including: educational, socioeconomic, psychological, cultural, behavioral and environmental factors.
• Explain exercise-induced bronchospasm
• Recognize co-morbid conditions
• Demonstrate how to collect a medical history by interviewing the individual with asthma
• Explain the use of other objective measures, including radiology studies, spirometry, PF monitoring, ABG/oxygen saturation, and allergy testing
• Explain the use of all medication delivery devices
• Demonstrate the use of spacing devices
• Demonstrate relaxation exercises, belly breathing and pursed lip breathing
• Demonstrate the use of peak flow meters
• Teach patients to use their Asthma Action Plan

Objectives

  • • Apply different styles of learning and age-appropriate teaching and learning strategies, including effective communication skills
  • • Develop appropriate educational materials
  • • Practice health literacy
  • • Assess the needs and identify issues that contribute/ inhibit asthma management, including: educational, socioeconomic, psychological, cultural, behavioral and environmental factors.
  • • Explain exercise-induced bronchospasm
  • • Recognize co-morbid conditions
  • • Demonstrate how to collect a medical history by interviewing the individual with asthma
  • • Explain the use of other objective measures, including radiology studies, spirometry, PF monitoring, ABG/oxygen saturation, and allergy testing
  • • Explain the use of all medication delivery devices
  • • Demonstrate the use of spacing devices
  • • Demonstrate relaxation exercises, belly breathing and pursed lip breathing
  • • Demonstrate the use of peak flow meters
  • • Teach patients to use their Asthma Action Plan

Contact

  • Christina P Fisher, 704-512-6556

Sessions

Session Details

Asthma Educator Institute (AEI)

  • Status Open
  • Presenter(s) Mary R Webster, MSN RN CCM CPHQ
  • Date(s) May 14 - 15, 2013
  • Check-In Time 7:30 AM
  • Credit 1.30 - CEU
    13.00 - Contact Hours
  • Location Charlotte AHEC
  • Room Classroom 19
Date/Time Title Details
May 14 - 15, 2013
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
OpenAsthma Educator Institute (AEI)
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