5 Reasons Why You Should Be Excited About The AAST's Spring Course
Why you should register for the AAST's Spring Course on Risk Management in the Sleep Center
Risk management, especially in sleep centers is a hot issue among healthcare professionals. That's why the AAST is hosting a spring course on this very topic that also awards many CECs for those attending the course.
On March 11th and 12th, this two-day course will include an expert faculty that will provide guidelines for risk reduction, and being prepared to provide appropriate intervention. Topics covered will include: Life Safety, Infection Control, HIPAA and Patient Confidentiality, Patient Acceptance, Documentation and Charting, Internal Audits, and Regulatory and Accreditation Requirements.
There will also be afternoon workshops that will allow attendees to actively participate in workshops developed to improve recognition of comorbidities and symptoms requiring intervention as well as appropriate interventions.
The course will be held at the Seelbach Hilton Louisville, Louisville, KY, which happens to be a town with lots to do. Here are 5 of the most exciting things to do in Louisville.
1. Visit the Louisville Mega Cavern
Visiting the Mega Cavern in Louisville means that you'll also have the opportunity to ride "Mega Zips; The world's only fully underground zip line and adventure tour." According to Trip Advisor, you'll get to walk or ride through 17 miles of underground passageways while learning about the history of the cavern.
2. Visit the Kentucky Derby Museum
The Kentucky Derby has been held annually since 1875 on the first Saturday in May, in the exclusive suburb of Churchill Downs. This horse race is one of the most famous and has one of the highest purses in the world. Learn more about the history of the Kentucky Derby by visiting the museum.
3. Stroll around Bardstown Road
One of the more highly popular areas in Louisville is Bardstown Road. Dead center of the Highlands, Bardstown Rd. is home to numerous galleries, restaurants, coffee shops and much more-making it a great place to sit or stroll.
4. Ride around town in the Thirsty Pedaler
The Thirsty Pedaler is a moving biking bar that holds up to 15 people. The bike bar stops at differing bars throughout the downtown area making it a great way of sightseeing with booze in your hand!
5. Check out the Louisville Slugger Museum
Calling all baseball fans, the Louisville Slugger Museum is one of the top attractions in the city. Not only is there a giant baseball bat that can you can take a picture with outside, but there is also an amazing array of baseball bats that give visitors a unique historical perspective on baseball's past.
We'll be coming back to you with more details about registering for the spring course, housing accomodations we suggest and many more attractions!