Respiratory Therapy: Pulmonary Rehabilitation, 3rd edition
19.95
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About the Course:
Pulmonary Rehabilitation is a continuing education course designed to provide current information on COPD patients and pulmonary rehabilitation.

Learning Objectives:
Uponcompletion of this course, the learner will be able to:
  • Define pulmonary rehabilitation.
  • Describe the benefits of pulmonary rehabilitation.
  • Describe the various settings and healthcare staff at pulmonary rehabilitation programs.
  • Outline the initial assessment of a candidate for pulmonary rehabilitation.
  • Identify the components of a pulmonary rehabilitation program.
  • Describe the collaborative self-management skills offered during a pulmonary rehabilitation program.

About the Author:

Author of the third edition: DavidChang, EdD, RRT-NPS, is a professor of cardiorespiratory care at the Universityof South  Alabama, Mobile. He has servedon many committees and in many capacities at the American Association for RespiratoryCare, National Board for  respiratoryCare, and Commission on Accreditation for Respiratory Care. Dr. Chang’s specialinterest is research and mechanical ventilation. He has published fivetextbooks and developed an open-source website (http://rtexam.com/) for students and practitioners. In his spare time, Dr.Chang conducts training sessions for students and educators at the state, national,and international levels.

Author of the second edition: EileenS. O’Neill, PhD, RN Eileen S. O’Neill, PhD, RN, is professor emeritus at the Collegeof Nursing at the University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth. Her areas of expertiseare pathophysiology advanced practice nursing and nursing inquiry. Her clinicalpractice area is care of the adult patient. Dr. O’Neill’s research programcenters on clinical and patient decision making, including the role oftechnology in improving patient care. She has been publishedin several leading nursing journals.

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Pulmonary Rehabilitation, 3rd edition

19.95
About the Course:
Pulmonary Rehabilitation is a continuing education course designed to provide current information on COPD patients and pulmonary rehabilitation.

Learning Objectives:
Uponcompletion of this course, the learner will be able to:
  • Define pulmonary rehabilitation.
  • Describe the benefits of pulmonary rehabilitation.
  • Describe the various settings and healthcare staff at pulmonary rehabilitation programs.
  • Outline the initial assessment of a candidate for pulmonary rehabilitation.
  • Identify the components of a pulmonary rehabilitation program.
  • Describe the collaborative self-management skills offered during a pulmonary rehabilitation program.

About the Author:

Author of the third edition: DavidChang, EdD, RRT-NPS, is a professor of cardiorespiratory care at the Universityof South  Alabama, Mobile. He has servedon many committees and in many capacities at the American Association for RespiratoryCare, National Board for  respiratoryCare, and Commission on Accreditation for Respiratory Care. Dr. Chang’s specialinterest is research and mechanical ventilation. He has published fivetextbooks and developed an open-source website (http://rtexam.com/) for students and practitioners. In his spare time, Dr.Chang conducts training sessions for students and educators at the state, national,and international levels.

Author of the second edition: EileenS. O’Neill, PhD, RN Eileen S. O’Neill, PhD, RN, is professor emeritus at the Collegeof Nursing at the University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth. Her areas of expertiseare pathophysiology advanced practice nursing and nursing inquiry. Her clinicalpractice area is care of the adult patient. Dr. O’Neill’s research programcenters on clinical and patient decision making, including the role oftechnology in improving patient care. She has been publishedin several leading nursing journals.