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Sleep & Respiratory Care


It is estimated that 22 million Americans suffer from obstructive sleep apnea in addition to millions more who experience one or more of 80+ sleep disorders including narcolepsy, insomnia and parasomnias.

This webinar will update Respiratory Therapists and Sleep Technologists on the latest advances in identifying and caring for patients with sleep disorders.

The program is approved by both the American Association for Respiratory Care and American Association of Sleep Technologists for 9 continuing education credits.


Sleep Webinar Replay
Sleep Webinar Replay

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)

Location
100% Online

Learn with…

Tom Smalling,
Ph.D, RRT, RRT-SDS, RPFT, RPSGT, FAARC


Chief Executive Director,
Commission on Accreditation for Respiratory Care

Russell Rozensky,
MS, RT, RRT-SDS, CPFT, RPSGT


Clinical Associate Professor,
Respiratory Care and Polysomnography Specialty Option Programs,
Stony Brook University 

Board member,
NYS Education Department Licensure Board for Respiratory Therapy

Chairman,
Professional Review Committee,
Board of Registered Polysomnographic Technologists

Al Quinones,
DHA, MA, RRT-ACCS-NPS, RPSGT, CCT, RPFT, AE-C


Program Director, Respiratory Care,
Molloy College


Former Chairman,
NYS Education Department Licensure Board for Respiratory Therapy and Polysomnography

Harly Greenberg,
MD, FCCP, FAASM


Chief of Division,
Pulmonary Critical Care & Sleep Medicine, Department of Medicine,
Long Island Jewish Medical Center and North Shore University Hospital

Medical Director,
Northwell Sleep Disorders Center

Professor of Medicine,
Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra-Northwell

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What other RTs say…

Tom J.

Former Director, Division of Respiratory Care, Long Island University

As a program director of Respiratory Care, I watched my students and graduates struggle with the NBRC exams. I knew that they had studied hard and honed their clinical knowledge to be excellent clinicians. The faculty, clinical educators and I constantly revised and tailored students’ education not only to provide real world clinical practice, comprehensive knowledge and problem solving skills. Our graduates passed their NBRC examinations but some had to take their board exams two or even three times before they finally passed. We thought that this was unacceptable. Our students were well educated and clinically competent. Why did they struggle to pass?
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We invited Dr. Al Quinones to conduct a NBRC examination preparation course not only for our students but for students in other programs as well. The results were amazing. We continued to have our graduating students complete a Quinones’s TMC/CSE preparation course. First attempt passing percentages were over 90% with some cohorts 100%! Our program was honored by the NBRC for Distinguished Credentialing Success for the last seven years that I was program director at LIU.
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ALL Respiratory Care students can achieve their credentials if they study carefully, learn, develop excellent clinical competency and attend a Quinones Healthcare Seminar.

Shirley M.

RRT, RPSGT

The seminars are very informative and are well presented.

Tony V.

RRT

Quinones Healthcare Seminars are a great way to learn and receive CEU credits. Their instructors and method of teaching new and old RTs in the field helped them to achieve NBRC credentials. I highly recommend Quinones Healthcare Seminars for your professional development and clinical insight of treating all patients with respiratory diseases.

Oksana S.

RRT

QHC Webinar | Asthma & PFT Update 2020

The best seminars! Very informative and provides all info you need to know, straight to the point. I have all my CEUs but can’t stop signing up for courses bc I love all the info provided.

John D.

RRT

QHC Seminar | RRT/CRT Review

The reviews and resources that professor Quinones gave helped me prepare to take and pass my TMC and CSE exams. I would highly recommend QHC Seminar’s respiratory exam review classes.

Joseph A.

MBA, RRT

Quinones Seminars are a great way to prepare for credentialing examinations, learn more about specialty areas within Respiratory Care or review what you may have learned earlier in your career. Al’s extensive knowledge and experience as a health care educator shines through in how well his seminars and online educational activities are organized. Quinones Seminars offers top names in their respective fields to deliver A+ educational activities.

Hector C.

RRT

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Quinones Healthcare seminars is filled with very knowledgeable speakers, Doctors and Respiratory therapists with expertise in many different areas such as pediatrics, cardiology and critical care to name a few. And of course, Mr. Quiñones who is one, if not the most knowledgeable professor I have met. In addition he is very friendly, respectful and above all professional! For the past 4-5 years I attended his seminars and recommend it to anyone! They truly bring excellence to teaching!

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Margie S.

RRT, AE-C

QHC Seminar | Asthma Educator Review

It is my pleasure to recommend Quinones Healthcare Seminars. Aside from informative, it pin points certain areas that are vital to passing exams. I took the seminar for asthma educator, and passed the exam 1 week later! The educators are great, detailed and explain everything with clarity. I recommend Quinones Healthcare Seminars to anyone who is seeking passing an exam or completing CEUs.

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Maggie D.

RRT

QHC Webinar | Westchester Community College 7th Annual Respiratory Care Conference

I’m anticipating this year’s WCC conference because having experienced the COVID-19 pandemic in NYC, I know with 100% confidence that delivering quality respiratory care to those patients who need it is essential in providing the best medical care a healthcare institute can provide. institute can provide.
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QHC Seminars provide a line-up of passionate and knowledgeable RRTs and MDs who value this same input to the care plan AND they deliver well orchestrated lectures on topics of the moment in our profession!

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Nina S.

RRT

QHC Webinar | RRT/CRT Review

I passed the credentialing exams (again) thanks to Quinones Seminars! 30 years ago I was an RT student and I took a 19 year hiatus from the field. I was required to retake the credentialing exam(s). 😳 I invested in Quinones Seminars to assure that I would Pass the First Time! I would recommend that you do the same.

Jodi T.

RRT

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Thank you. I appreciate your website offering these mandatory ceus for respiratory for free. Usually we only get them by attending in person seminars (which is impossible due to covid) I have watched several online ceus through different companies but this was the easiest one I must say. I’ve recommended to all my respiratory peers.

QHC RT Reviews

Victor E.

RRT

QHC Seminar | RRT/CRT Review

QHC Seminars helped me in so many different ways to pass my registry exam. Dr. Quinones is very knowledgeable and engaging. Highly recommended.

Speaker Spotlight

Dr. Harly Greenberg

Dr. Greenberg received his medical degree from New York University School of Medicine and completed residency training in Internal Medicine at North Shore University Hospital/Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. He completed fellowship training in Pulmonary Medicine at New York University/Bellevue Hospital Center. Dr. Greenberg went on to become a New York Lung Association Research Fellow and attending physician at the Bellevue Hospital Chest Service. Shortly thereafter, he was recruited back to North Shore University Hospital as a faculty member in Pulmonary Medicine.

Administrative titles:

Chief of Division – Pulmonary Critical Care & Sleep Medicine, Department of Medicine, Long Island Jewish Medical Center and North Shore University Hospital

Medical Director, Northwell Sleep Disorders Center

Professor of Medicine, Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra-Northwell

Join us for Dr. Greenberg’s lectures at our upcoming webinar :
Sleep & Respiratory Care Therapeutics Update 2021

  • Respiratory Care Live Webinar Replay

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