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Breathing and Eating: Can My Patient Eat After Respiratory Failure? Part 1 (Recorded Webinar)

presented by George Barnes, MS, CCC-SLP, BCS-S

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Financial: George Barnes receives compensation from MedBridge for this course. He also is a speaker for SpeechPathology.com and the Medical SLP Collective. George also is an employee at Select Medical and Hackensack Meridian Health.

Nonfinancial: George Barnes has no competing nonfinancial interests or relationships with regard to the content presented in this course.

Satisfactory completion requirements: All disciplines must complete learning assessments to be awarded credit, no minimum score required unless otherwise specified within the course.

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Video Runtime: 117 Minutes; Learning Assessment Time: 19 Minutes

Many graduate school programs don't address postextubation respiratory failure and swallowing status, leaving SLP graduates underprepared for the responsibilities they may be tasked with. This webinar will help close the gap between graduate school and effective practice with an extensive review of the respiratory system, respiratory disease, and respiratory failure, benefiting SLPs who manage dysphagia in critical illness environments. Additionally, we will discuss effective approaches to assess and manage dysphagia after extubation, as well as research-based approaches and clinical problem-solving in a relevant case study. This presentation will provide a foundation of information related to the respiratory system and respiratory disease, theoretical frameworks for effective clinical care delivery, and practical takeaways that medical SLPs can use in their own practice immediately. The webinar will help close the gap between graduate school and effective practice with an extensive review of the respiratory system, respiratory disease, and respiratory failure to benefit SLPs who manage dysphagia in critical illness environments. Additionally, we will discuss effective approaches to assess and manage dysphagia after extubation as well as research-based approaches and clinical problem-solving in a relevant case study. This presentation will provide a foundation of information related to the respiratory system and respiratory disease, theoretical frameworks for effective clinical care delivery, and practical takeaways that medical SLPs can use in their own practice immediately.

Meet Your Instructor

George Barnes, MS, CCC-SLP, BCS-S

George Barnes is a board-certified specialist in swallowing and swallowing disorders and has developed an expertise in dysphagia management, focusing on diagnostics and clinical decision-making in the medically complex population. George yearns to make education useful, research clinically focused, and quality care accessible. He cofounded a mobile FEES service to expand access to high-quality dysphagia…

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1. Intro to the Respiratory System

In this chapter, we will review a foundation of the respiratory system and discuss the functions of respiration and ventilation.

2. Respiratory Disease and Management

In this chapter, we’ll discuss the main types of respiratory diseases and causes of respiratory failure along with different forms of respiratory management to prevent respiratory failure.

3. Dysphagia Management After Extubation

In this chapter, we will discuss dysphagia after extubation in detail and review management approaches to effectively assess and intervene with this condition.

4. Case Study

In this chapter, we’ll review the information presented through the lens of a relevant case to improve carryover into clinical practice.

5. Question and Answer Session

In this chapter, we’ll review questions asked during the webinar. This will be followed by a short quiz to test your knowledge.

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