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Insley, Carlton

Faculty, Respiratory Therapy, Health Sciences
Devilbiss Science Hall (DH) 311
410-677-0145 or ext 70145
rcinsleysalisburyedu
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Courses  []

2014 Spring

  • AHPH 534-191 HUMAN PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
    Study of the interrelationships between the mind and body. Examination of current research and historical views on the interaction of physiological processes and psychological function. Prerequisite: BIOL 552. Three hours per week.
  • RESP 210-010 FOUND ST N RESPIR TH
    Introduction to respiratory therapy with emphasis on the physiologic basis of respiratory care. Covers basic principles, procedures and practices utilized in the profession. Three hours lecture per week.
  • RESP 210-370 FOUND ST N RESPIR TH
    Introduction to respiratory therapy with emphasis on the physiologic basis of respiratory care. Covers basic principles, procedures and practices utilized in the profession. Three hours lecture per week.
  • RESP 304-010 CARDIOPULMONARY DISEASE
    Provides a pathophysiological presentation of cardiopulmonary disease and gives the student practitioner an understanding of disorders of cardiopulmonary structure and function as related to the clinical setting. A symptom/problem-based focus along with the development of decision trees and algorithms will assist students in understanding the pathophysiology of cardiopulmonary problems. This approach will provide the core of basic sciences and merge it with clinical subjects to reinforce learning through the acquisition of critical thinking skills based on broad, yet specific understanding of the clinical and pathologic aspects of cardiopulmonary dysfunction. Prerequisite: RESP 303 with C or better, or consent of instructor. Three hours per week.
  • RESP 304-370 CARDIOPULMONARY DISEASE
    Provides a pathophysiological presentation of cardiopulmonary disease and gives the student practitioner an understanding of disorders of cardiopulmonary structure and function as related to the clinical setting. A symptom/problem-based focus along with the development of decision trees and algorithms will assist students in understanding the pathophysiology of cardiopulmonary problems. This approach will provide the core of basic sciences and merge it with clinical subjects to reinforce learning through the acquisition of critical thinking skills based on broad, yet specific understanding of the clinical and pathologic aspects of cardiopulmonary dysfunction. Prerequisite: RESP 303 with C or better, or consent of instructor. Three hours per week.
  • RESP 321-011 ADVANCED RESPIRATORY CARE
    In-depth study of topics related to respiratory therapy in the critical care setting with laboratory experiences. Emphasis on mechanical ventilation, airway management, cardiopulmonary monitoring and cardiopulmonary assessment. Three hours lecture, two hours laboratory per week.
  • RESP 321-012 ADVANCED RESPIRATORY CARE
    In-depth study of topics related to respiratory therapy in the critical care setting with laboratory experiences. Emphasis on mechanical ventilation, airway management, cardiopulmonary monitoring and cardiopulmonary assessment. Three hours lecture, two hours laboratory per week.
  • RESP 423-010 EDUC SPECIALIZATION
    Designed to give the student basic fundamental knowledge of educational principles as well as experience in didactic and clinical instruction. The practical component enables students to participate in education activities that include developing instructional materials and aids for use in lecture and/or laboratory instruction. Prerequisites. Senior status; completion of RESP 401, 402, 403, 404 with C or better, or consent of instructor. One hour lecture, four hours practicum per week.
  • RESP 423-011 EDUC SPECIALIZATION
    Designed to give the student basic fundamental knowledge of educational principles as well as experience in didactic and clinical instruction. The practical component enables students to participate in education activities that include developing instructional materials and aids for use in lecture and/or laboratory instruction. Prerequisites. Senior status; completion of RESP 401, 402, 403, 404 with C or better, or consent of instructor. One hour lecture, four hours practicum per week.
  • RESP 423-370 EDUC SPECIALIZATION
    Designed to give the student basic fundamental knowledge of educational principles as well as experience in didactic and clinical instruction. The practical component enables students to participate in education activities that include developing instructional materials and aids for use in lecture and/or laboratory instruction. Prerequisites. Senior status; completion of RESP 401, 402, 403, 404 with C or better, or consent of instructor. One hour lecture, four hours practicum per week.
  • RESP 423-371 EDUC SPECIALIZATION
    Designed to give the student basic fundamental knowledge of educational principles as well as experience in didactic and clinical instruction. The practical component enables students to participate in education activities that include developing instructional materials and aids for use in lecture and/or laboratory instruction. Prerequisites. Senior status; completion of RESP 401, 402, 403, 404 with C or better, or consent of instructor. One hour lecture, four hours practicum per week.

2014 Summer I

  • RESP 210-370 FOUND ST N RESPIR TH
    Introduction to respiratory therapy with emphasis on the physiologic basis of respiratory care. Covers basic principles, procedures and practices utilized in the profession. Three hours lecture per week.

2014 Fall

  • AHPH 534-191 HUMAN PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
    Study of the interrelationships between the mind and body. Examination of current research and historical views on the interaction of physiological processes and psychological function. Prerequisite: BIOL 552. Three hours per week.
  • RESP 210-010 FOUND ST N RESPIR TH
    Introduction to respiratory therapy with emphasis on the physiologic basis of respiratory care. Covers basic principles, procedures and practices utilized in the profession. Three hours lecture per week.
  • RESP 303-010 CARDPULMRY PHYSIOLOGY
    Study of cardiopulmonary physiology with emphasis on fluid and electrolyte balance, carbon dioxide and oxygen transport, acid-base regulation and the clinical significance of each. Prerequisites: Admission to respiratory therapy major, junior status, completion of General Education requirements, or consent of instructor. Three hours lecture per week.
  • RESP 303-370 CARDPULMRY PHYSIOLOGY
    Study of cardiopulmonary physiology with emphasis on fluid and electrolyte balance, carbon dioxide and oxygen transport, acid-base regulation and the clinical significance of each. Prerequisites: Admission to respiratory therapy major, junior status, completion of General Education requirements, or consent of instructor. Three hours lecture per week.
  • RESP 402-010 CARDIOPULM DIAG REHAB
    Study of the theory and techniques of cardiopulmonary diagnostic procedures, interpretations and clinical applications, as well as an overview of rehabilitative respiratory care techniques. Prerequisites: Senior status, completion of junior level respiratory therapy courses with a C or better, or consent of instructor. Three hours lecture, three hours clinical practice per week.
  • RESP 402-370 CARDIOPULM DIAG REHAB
    Study of the theory and techniques of cardiopulmonary diagnostic procedures, interpretations and clinical applications, as well as an overview of rehabilitative respiratory care techniques. Prerequisites: Senior status, completion of junior level respiratory therapy courses with a C or better, or consent of instructor. Three hours lecture, three hours clinical practice per week.
  • RESP 404-010 MAN PRACT IN HLTH SERV
    Prepares students for managerial challenges encountered by leaders and the health care practitioners in health service organizations. Topics include managerial theory, personnel interviewing, selection and maintenance, quality control, audits and budget preparation. Prerequisites: Senior status, completion of RESP 322 with C or better, or consent of instructor. Three hours lecture per week.
  • RESP 404-370 MAN PRACT IN HLTH SERV
    Prepares students for managerial challenges encountered by leaders and the health care practitioners in health service organizations. Topics include managerial theory, personnel interviewing, selection and maintenance, quality control, audits and budget preparation. Prerequisites: Senior status, completion of RESP 322 with C or better, or consent of instructor. Three hours lecture per week.

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Awards, Scholarship & Creative Works:  []

Article(s)

Insley, C., Schneider, S., & Joyner, R. 
(2009). 
Physicians' perspectives of the respiratory care practitioner as a mid-level practitioner in specific domains & settings of clinical practice 
Respiratory Care, 
54, 
1551. 
Insley, C.R., Joyner, R.L., & Schneider, S.R. 
(2008). 
Is it time for a masters prepared mid-level respiratory care practitioner? 
The Respiratory Exchange, 
3, 
6-8. 

Poster Presentations

Insley, C., Schneider, S., & Joyner, R. (2009). Physicians' perspectives of the RCP as a mid-level practitioner in specific domains & settings of clinical practice Presented at American Association for Respiratory Care International Respiratory Congress, San Antonio, TX.

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