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By: Kevin Asp on May 6th, 2016

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What to Expect at the 38th AAST Annual Meeting: The Expanding Role of the Sleep Manager and Patient Interviews



Meet Julie DeWitte, RCP, RST, RPSGT, who will present on the expanding role of the sleep manager and patient interviews.


On Tuesday June 14, Julie will expand on how patient interviews have changed over time. 

About Julie 

Ms. DeWitte has over 25 years experience in the field of sleep diagnostics and respiratory therapy.  She 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 is what Julie will present during Tuesday's general session on June 14th  from 

8 - 9am

The Expanding Role of the Sleep Manager and Patient Interviews 


  1. Discuss relevant information on the latest sleep technology.
  2. Identify issues or challenges within sleep centers.
  3. Integrate various strategies, skills and tools for the enhancement/advancement of sleep technology.
  4. Review common sleep technology, sleep disorders and sleep center management\maintenance.
We hope to see you at the 38th Annual Meeting in Denver, Colorado in June!

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