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By: Kevin Asp on August 12th, 2015

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Learn More About Maximizing Patient Comfort and Adherence

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AAST Fall Course in Branson, Missouri October 9-10, 2015

 

Meet Julie DeWitte, RST, RPSGT, CRT, who will discuss how to maximize patient comfort and adherence within your sleep clinic.

 

Julie

Get to know ‎Julie, Assistant Department Administrator at Sleep Disorders Center, Kaiser Permanente.

Julie DeWitte has over 25 years of experience in the fields of sleep diagnostics and respiratory therapy.

Ms. DeWitte has organized and developed multiple sleep centers and has extensive experience with the management of patients with complex sleep and respiratory disorders including: chronic hypercapnic respiratory failure and neonatal respiratory disorders.

She is currently an administrator under the direction of Dr. Dennis Hwang at Kaiser Permanente Fontana Sleep Disorders Center. This center is a leader in the field of sleep medicine that manages a large volume of patients with complex sleep and respiratory disorders.

Here's what to expect: 

Friday, October 9, 1:00 - 2:30 p.m.

"Maximizing Patient Comfort and Adherence"

Course Objectives

1. Identify patients requiring additional attention for comfort strategies.

2. Evaluate patient learning needs.

3. Develop an individualized patient education and care plan. 

To learn more about the AAST Fall Course in Branson and register click the link below.

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