AAST Member of the Month: Kiara Jablonski
Meet Kiara Jablonski, the AAST member of the month!
Every month, the AAST will highlight the accomplishments of one of our talented members. Want to nominate someone or yourself as the AAST's member of the month? Fill out our form at the end of this article!
Kiara Jablonski, a sleep technologist from Bordentown, NJ, was recently featured in our article on our webinar offering "Managing Your Sleep Technologist Career." Not only is she an accomplished sleep technologist at Capital Health Center for Sleep Medicine in Trenton, NJ, but she is also a recipient of the The German Nino-Murcia, MD Achievement Award . In 2013 she received the award as an AAST member who recently passed the Board of Registered Polysomnographic Technologists credentialing examination and who best exemplifies excellence in the performance of a polysomnogram and in patient care.
Q: When did you start your career in sleep medicine, and why did you decide to become a sleep technologist?
When did you become an AAST member and why?
How does being a part of a professional organization like AAST help you as a sleep technologist?
What's the best advice someone gave you related to your profession?
Are there any resources you would like to see more of from the AAST?
Where do you think sleep technology is headed and how do you envision your career changing over time?
About Kevin Asp, CRT, RPSGT
Because of the implementation of his best practices of Implementing Inbound Marketing in its Medical Practice, he turned the once stagnant online presence of Alaska Sleep Clinic to that of "The Most Trafficked Sleep Center Website in the World" in just 18 months time. He is the President and CEO of inboundMed and enjoys helping sleep centers across the globe grow their business through his unique vision and experience of over 27 years in sleep medicine.