HCP webinars and events

Atos Medical has always believed in offering a strong educational component for our professional customers. Our Education Division offers several ASHA CEU accredited courses to healthcare professionals.

Disclaimer: The content, claims and timelines included in these events, materials and communications are intended for the US market. For information relevant outside of the US, please contact your local Atos Medical office.

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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.

Each lecture is offered for .15 ASHA CEUs or .15 AARC Credit.

Recorded webinars

The below on-demand webinars are offered for CEUs. You must watch the on-demand webinar and complete the assessment to be eligible for CEUs.

Evidence & Experience Webinar Series: Optimal day and night heat and moisture exchanger regimen after laryngectomy

The webinar, presented by Principal Investigator, Elizabeth Ward, PhD, discussed the findings from the newly published study.

Atos Learning Institute Webinar: Successful Tracheoesophageal Voicing - Diameter Matters

The webinar takes a closer look at how diameter and airflow characteristics of a voice prosthesis (VP) influence voice quality for people using tracheoesophageal voice following total laryngectomy; various patient scenarios were also discussed.