Foundations of Surgical Airway Management: A Virtual Case Study Series
The presence of a tracheostomy or laryngectomy has life-altering implications and caring for these patients can be difficult and often high risk with regards to complications, morbidity and mortality. The literature supports the expertise of a variety of professionals for optimal management of these patients. This foundational interprofessional series for medical professionals will provide clinical practice recommendations for self-care, respiration, communication, decannulation, and emergency management across the rehabilitation continuum from acute care to living successfully on an outpatient basis. All sessions will include time for a live question and answer and discussion with our interdisciplinary panel of speakers.
Recorded webinars are now available!
If you were unable to attend the live webinar - don't worry! All 2023 webinars are recorded and are available on-demand.
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2023 topics and dates:
Each session will last 1.5 hour, from 2:00pm to 3:30pm CT.
08.10.2023 | Interdisciplinary Clinical Practice Recommendations for the New Tracheostomy
08.24.2023 | Pathways to Communication and Decannulation after Tracheostomy
09.14.2023 | Interdisciplinary Clinical Practice Recommendations for the Total Laryngectomy
09.28.2023 | Guiding Principles for Successful Living after Total Laryngectomy
10.19.2023 | Clinical Decision Making in the Care of Persons with Surgical Airways