If you were not able to participate in the live sessions, the videos from the series are below for your convenience.

Session I Video - July 30, 2020

 A Comprehensive Treatment Plan fo Patients with COVID-19


Kiley Hodge, BS, RRT-ACCS
Vero Biotech
Atlanta Clinical Educator


Megan Stearnes, BS, RRT-ACCS
Emory Saint Joseph's Hospital
Director, Respiratory Care & Pulmonary Rehabilitation

Presentation Objectives

  • A review of: severe acute respiratory syndrome coronaviru 2 (SARS-CoV-2/COVID-19)
  • Discuss the characteristics of the COVID-19 viral infection
  • Discuss the course of treatment for one patient with COVID-19

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Session II Video - August 10, 2020

Mental Health 101: Issues Facing Healthcare Workers

Matthew Norman, MD
Psychiatric Associates of Atlanta, LLC
Forensic Psychiatrist

Presentation Objectives 

  • Attendees will be able to identify the most common psychiatric ailments, including anxiety, depression, substance abuse, and PTSD.

  • Attendees will know resources for treatment referrals, common barriers to accepting treatment, and ways to alleviate some barriers.
  • Attendees will be able to identify specific signs and symptoms of healthcare burnout / impairment.


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Please note for  Session II you have to register to access the on demand presentation.

Session III Video - August 27, 2020

Airway Management During COVID Pandemic

Thomas M. Fuhrman, MD, MMSc, FASA, FCCP, RRT
Bay Pines VAHS
Presentation Objectives 
  • Describe a “normal” ICU intubation procedure
  • Discuss the rational for “deviating” from a normal intubation procedure
  • Describe Theories/Thoughts on Extubation procedures

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SESSION IV Video - September 10, 2020

Nebulization in the COVID-19 Era: Evidence-Based Review


Kourtney L. Fusselman, PharmD, BCPS, BCMAS
Theravance Biopharma
Medical Affairs
Medical Science Liaison

Presentation Objectives
  • To identify the transmission mechanisms for viral respiratory pathogens
  • To compare procedures considered as aerosol generating based on national and international health authorities
  • To examine available coronavirus data related to nebulization and review current recommendations for safely delivering nebulized medication during the COVID-19 pandemic

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Session V - September 24, 2020

Nasal High Flow and Treatment of Covid-19 Patients


Chris Hutchinson
Fisher & Paykel Healthcare
Director of Clinical Affairs

Presentation Objectives 
  • Education on COVID-19 as it pertains to NHF
  • Mechanisms of Action, Patient Outcomes, Clinical Evidence of NHF
  • Minimizing caregiver risk & Guidelines for implementing a high flow program for COVID-19 patients

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