dcsimg Asthma Educator Certification Preparation Course

Asthma Educator Certification Preparation Course

It’s been In Demand. Now it’s On Demand.

By taking the AARC’s online Asthma Educator Certification Preparation Course, you can:

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AE-C Prep Course Learning Objectives:

  1. Describe key content areas covered by the National Asthma Education Certification Board (NAECB) examination
  2. Identify key skills for asthma educators
  3. Describe the difference between obstructive and restrictive disease
  4. Explain how to assure definitive and reproducible pulmonary function testing results
  5. Discuss the pitfalls to communication
  6. Explain various questioning techniques
  7. Explain current “best” practice of pharmacologic management of asthma
  8. Compare the characteristics of different inhalation devices currently available and define patterns of acceptable inhalation technique for each
  9. Explain the rationale/role and value of patient education
  10. Identify barriers to effective learning
  11. Describe strategies and techniques to improve test-taking techniques

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Continuing Education

This course carries 10.5 hours of CRCE credit. You must view all modules. No partial credit given. Upon successful completion of a post-course examination, you will receive a certificate and the hours will automatically be posted to your AARC CRCE transcript.

Requirements

Asthma Educator Certification Preparation Course

10.5 CRCE credits

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Conflict of Interest/Commercial Support Statement
None of the planners, faculty or their spouses has any relationships with pharmaceutical companies, biomedical device manufacturers and/or corporations whose products or services are related to pertinent therapeutic areas. Off-label: (using products for a purpose other than that for which it was approved by the Food and Drug Administration) use will not be discussed in this course. This educational activity has not received commercial support.

This continuing nursing education activity was approved by the Ohio Nurses Association (OBN-001-91), an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.