Free CME/CEU/CNC
Accredited Webinars

Learn more about advances in respiratory care and earn free CME/CEU/CNC credits through online and live educational webinars featuring breakthrough therapies such as nasal high flow.

COVID-19 related webinars

Available for CME/CEU credit

Nasal high flow therapy in COVID-19 respiratory illness

Release date: June 4 2020

Presenter: Matthew Trump, DO FACP FCCP, Pulmonary, Critical Care & Sleep Medicine, UnityPoint Health, Des Moines, Iowa 

Moderator: Julie Jackson, BAS, RRT-ACCS, RCP, Director of Respiratory Care - UnityPoint Health, Des Moines, Iowa 

Course credit: 1 hour CRCE

Webinar overview: Learn about the pathophysiology of COVID-19 and review the clinical experience with select patient cogorts. Explore the physiology of nasal high flow therapy and its applications to patient care during COVID-19.
 

COMING SOON: Evidence-based recommendations for preventing nosocomial transmission during respiratory care

Release date: COMING SOON

Presenter: Jie Li, PhD RRT RRT-NPS RRT-ACCS, Associate Professor, Clinical Education Coordinator - Rush University 

Moderator: Jim Fink, PhD RRT FCCP, Associate Professor - International Society for Aerosols in Medicine 

Course credit: 1 hour CRCE

Webinar overview: Jie Lie describes the factors associated with possible transmission of SARS-CoV-2, the differences between different respiratory interventions, and taking steps to mitigate aerosol exposure.
 

Other nasal high flow webinars

Available for CME/CEU credit

Mechanisms and clinical evidence for nasal high flow therapy in the critical care setting

Nicholas Hill, MD PhD

Course Credit: 1 hour (CME, CEU and CNC eligible)

Program Summary: A one-hour presentation and moderated discussion of the principal mechanisms, physiological effects, clinical outcomes and therapeutic pathways.
 

Physiological effects and clinical impact of nasal high flow in infants and young children

Andreas Schibler, MD and Donna Franklin, BN MBA

Course Credit: 1 hour (CME, CEU and CNC eligible)

Program Summary: A one-hour presentation and moderated discussion of the physiological outcomes and clinical impact of nasal high flow therapytherapy, which focuses on the results and implications of the PARIS trial in young infants with bronchioltis.

Nasal high flow in the ICU to the general floor

Matthew Trump, DO, FACP, FCCP and Julie Jackson, BAS, RRT-ACCS, RCP

Course Credit: 1 hour (CME, CEU and CNC eligible)

Program Summary: A one-hour presentation and moderated discussion examining the evidence and practical applications of nasal high flow therapy in the post-acute setting. 

Evidence and application of nasal high flow therapy in the emergency department

Michael G. Allison, MD

Course Credit: 1 hour (CME, CEU and CNC eligible)

Program Summary: A one-hour moderated discussion examining the evidence and practical applications of nasal high flow therapy in both the emergency and acute care settings.

 

Interested in booking some onsite education from leading researchers and clinicians?

We provide institutions with access to a variety of critical-care healthcare professionals, who have nasal high flow therapy data and implementation experience and expertise. In some circumstances CEU credit may be available. 

We can provide a number of nationally and internationally acclaimed clinicans and researchers who are available for a variety of educational opportunities, e.g. Grand Rounds, and can be run through your institution.

Our Respiratory Sales Specialists can also provide smaller presentations for CEU credit. 

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