openPR Logo
Press release

Sleep & Wellness 2014 Conference announced

08-29-2013 07:53 PM CET | Health & Medicine

Press release from: American Sleep & Breathing Academy

The American Sleep & Breathing Academy (ASBA) has announced “Sleep & Wellness 2014: A Conference for Professionals.” The conference will be held in Scottsdale, Arizona, on May 1-3, 2014. With its multidisciplinary approach to sleep medicine education, this conference will be the first of its kind. The event will be geared toward physicians, dentists, physician’s assistants, nurse practitioners, respiratory therapists and sleep technicians and technologists. Continuing Medical and Dental Education will be awarded at this event. Sleep experts and physicians will teach about narcolepsy, insomnia, pediatrics, and obstructive sleep apnea. The conference will include a three-hour session dedicated to healthy daytime living to optimize sleep, with an emphasis on community awareness and patient education. Professional athletes and celebrity nutritionists will lead this session in conjunction with top sleep specialists from around the country; afterward, a recording of the session’s proceedings will be available to the public.
The American Association of Respiratory Care (AARC) will be in collaboration with the ASBA at this conference to assist the Academy in its mission to improve patient care through clinical and continuing education. The Academy supports the AARC in its commitment to provide quality sleep disorder education for respiratory therapists and credentialed sleep technologists. . The technical portion of this conference will provide approved Continuing Education to respiratory therapists and technicians through the AARC and the Board of Registered Polysomnographic Technologists, the leading national testing agency for sleep technicians.
Syed Nabi, M.D., and Steve Carstensen, D.D.S, both serve as ASBA Education Board Directors. Dr. Nabi said of the event, “It is our intent to deliver essential health information to our professional members and to the public in a straightforward and pleasing way. To the best of my knowledge, there is no other conference in the marketplace that deals with this topic in the same manner we do. I hope that sleep professionals and the public at large will take advantage of the potentially life-changing information available through our Sleep & Wellness program." Dr. Carstensen adds, “Dentists, because they see their patients regularly for preventive care, have a great ability to impact community health through education, identifying people at risk for sleep disordered breathing, and coordinating with the rest of the treatment team to provide optimum health choices. Participating in Sleep & Wellness fits perfectly with dentists’ role in spreading the word about these vital health benefits.”
Professionals can register for the conference at www.americansleepandbreathingacademy.com.
About the American Sleep & Breathing Academy
The American Sleep & Breathing Academy is an educational institution for sleep disorders. The organization serves the community at large and educates sleep technicians and other medical professionals in the field of sleep disorders. In addition to organizing and hosting wellness events such as the 2014 conference, the Academy publishes a quarterly publication, Sleep & Wellness Magazine, which can be ordered through the company website, www.sleepandwellness.net.
About the American Association for Respiratory Care
Since 1947, the American Association for Respiratory Care (AARC) has been committed to enhancing the professionalism of its members as respiratory care practitioners, improving their performance on the job, and helping them broaden the scope of knowledge essential to their success. With more than 50,000 members worldwide, the AARC is the only professional society for respiratory therapists. Further information can be viewed at www.aarc.org.

The American Sleep and Breathing Academy is an established educational institution for sleep disorders. We have been designed by professionals to serve the community at large and educate technicians and other medical providers in the field of sleep disorders.
Our curriculum is unique and efficient, catering to the current needs of those actively practicing in the field. Our faculty members are leaders in sleep who go above and beyond their call to expand the knowledge of their students and truly improve patient care through education. Our supporting materials, including Principles of Polysomnography, Second Edition, are proven tools to aid sleep technicians around the world become certified and better care givers.
The American Sleep and Breathing Academy focuses on learning programs for specific target groups in healthcare. We are confident that we can improve the knowledge base and performance of sleep technicians, lab managers, office personnel, physicians, and even DME representatives that utilize our educational offerings.

American Sleep & Breathing Academy
1464 East Ridgeline Drive
Suite 104
Ogden, UT 84405
Angela Kyzer
Phone: 866-272-3226
Email: info@asba.us.com

This release was published on openPR.

Permanent link to this press release:

Copy
Please set a link in the press area of your homepage to this press release on openPR. openPR disclaims liability for any content contained in this release.

You can edit or delete your press release Sleep & Wellness 2014 Conference announced here

News-ID: 269277 • Views: 1711

More Releases for AARC

Europe Anesthesia and Respiratory Devices Market - Drivers, Restraints, Opportun …
With the nice combination of hard work of skilled forecasters, well-versed analysts and knowledgeable researchers, such premium outcome, in the form of Europe Anesthesia and Respiratory Devices market research report can be attained. By clearly identifying and analysing the emerging trends in the market, this market report also explains major drivers, challenges and opportunities in the market for Healthcare industry. The report endows with the wide-ranging statistical analysis of the
Europe Anesthesia and Respiratory Devices Market 2020-2026 Current Trends and Fu …
For producing such excellent Europe Anesthesia and Respiratory Devices market research report, principal attributes such as highest level of spirit, practical solutions, dedicated research and analysis, innovation, talent solutions, integrated approaches, most advanced technology and commitment plays a key role. Global Europe Anesthesia and Respiratory Devices market report provides in-depth market data and forecast by analyzing key business trends and identifying potential growth avenues across the entire value chain. According
Europe Anesthesia and Respiratory Devices Market 2020-2026 is Thriving with Risi …
The market data analysed and evaluated in this Europe Anesthesia and Respiratory Devices Market business document makes to achieve the business goals and objectives in preset time frame. Moreover, Global Europe Anesthesia and Respiratory Devices business document encompasses all the company profiles of the major players and brands. The report offers a thorough synopsis on the study, analysis and estimation of the market and how it is impacting the industry.
Respiratory Monitoring Devices Market: Factors at the forefront of driving the d …
According to a study published by Transparency Market Research (TMR), the overall value of the global respiratory monitoring devices market was US$1.4 bn in 2014. Experts predict the market to expand at a CAGR of 8.20% during the period from 2015 to 2023 and arrive at an estimated value of US$2.80 bn by the end of 2023. The rise in environmental pollution has increased the prevalence of respiratory disorders among people
Global Respiratory Monitoring Devices Market to Benefit from Increasing Prevalen …
Respiratory disease is a serious public health concern due to rapidly growing number of smokers worldwide. Governments are implementing various health schemes to reduce the death rate caused due to respiratory disease and disorders. Respiratory disease is a medical condition that affects the structure and organs (respiratory system) associated with respiration or breathing. Rise in respiratory diseases such as chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases, asthma, and lung cancer has triggered the growth