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Respiratory Care Replay

Are you ready for the challenges of 2021?

This live webinar replay is a streamed recording of our January 29th event. Earn 10 Live CEUs as you learn about new updates in respiratory care.

Topics include changes to the field from AARC President Sheri Tooley and CoARC COO Shane Keene, COVID-19 Updates from Dr. Hugh Cassiere (A critical care Physician who has been featured numerous times by NBC, CBS, ABC, and News 12 since the very start of the pandemic) and diverse subjects ranging from Disaster Management to Mindfulness for Healthcare Professionals.

Respiratory Care 2021 Replay
Learn about Changes to Respiratory Care in 2021 from National RT Leaders – Up to 10 CEUs

What is a Live Webinar Replay?
This is a recorded Zoom replay of our 1/29 Webinar and our faculty are available to answer any content related questions that you have and offer tech support through
out the day from 8:00 AM – 8:00 PM EST.

Date & Time
View anytime on available dates from
8:00 AM – 8:00 PM EST


(Additional Dates To Be Announced – RSVP Below to be notified when new Webinar Replay dates become available)

Accreditation
10 AARC Approved Live Contact CEUs / CRCEs / Credits

*Note* Kansas and Arizona will only accept Live Webinar Replays as “Self-Directed” credit.

Tuition
Full Day $ 119.99 (10 Live CEUs)
Half Day $59.99 (5 Live CEUs)

Location
100% Online
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Speaker Spotlight

Dr. Hugh Cassiere

Dr. Cassiere is the Director for Critical Care Services at the Sandra Atlas Bass Heart Hospital in Manhasset, New York. Born and raised in Richmond Hill, Queens, he first attended St John’s University before transferring to complete his Bachelor’s degree at NYU and then going on to earn his MD from Stonybrook. Hugh completed his residency at Winthrop University Hospital in Mineola, NY where he was then promoted to Medical Director of the Cardiac ICU; a position he also held at Lenox Hill hospital as well as St. Michael’s Hospital before joining Northwell Health in 2007.

“Don’t hear, listen” is the quote Hugh shared to describe the most important lesson he’s learned in life and it’s something that he applies everyday in his leadership role at Northwell. As the medical director of a multi-disciplinary environment, he takes a collaborative approach to leadership and encourages the input of all staff members in providing exceptional patient care. Hugh considers Dr. Michael Neiderman to be his greatest mentor from the early days of his residency at Winthrop and he strives to promote a similar culture of mentor-ship and respect in his department.

Dr. Cassiere has been featured numerous times by NBC, CBS, ABC, and News12 since the very start of the COVID-19 Pandemic and brings invaluable insights to our programs as the Medical Director for Critical Care Services at one of the hardest hit hospitals in the country.

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