AARC unveils collaboration with Sleep & Wellness 2014 Conference

August 28, 2013

The American Association of Respiratory Care (AARC) will be in collaboration with the American Sleep & Breathing Academy (ASBA) at this conference to assist both organizations in their mission to improve patient care through clinical and continuing education. The “Sleep & Wellness 2014: A Conference for Professionals” 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.

ASBA in Collaboration with the AARC present Sleep and Wellness 2014
ASBA in Collaboration with the AARC present Sleep and Wellness 2014

“Respiratory Therapists have a 50-year history of providing cutting-edge evaluation, treatment and education to patients with sleep disordered breathing, the ability to collaborate with a multidisciplinary team to improve the care of patients with sleep disordered breathing is a key part of our mission ” said AARC President George Gaebler, MSEd, RRT, FAARC.

Professionals can register for the conference at www.americansleepandbreathingacademy.com.

Randy Clare

Randy Clare

Randy Clare brings to The Sleep and Respiratory Scholar more than 25 years of extensive knowledge and experience in the sleep and pulmonary function field. He has held numerous management positions throughout his career and has demonstrated a unique view of the alternate care diagnostic and therapy model. He is considered by many an expert in the use of a Sleep Bruxism Monitor in a dental office. Mr. Clare's extensive sleep industry experience assists Sleepandrespiratoryscholar in providing current, relevant, data-proven information on sleep diagnostics and sleep therapies that are effective for the treatment of sleep disorders. Mr Clare is a senior brand manager for Glidewell Dental Laboratory his focus is on dental treatment for sleep disordered breathing.

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