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Schneider, Sid

Director Applied Health Physiology Graduate Program, Health Sciences
Devilbiss Science Hall (DH) 319A
410-543-6409 or ext 36409
srschneidersalisburyedu
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Courses  []

2014 Spring

  • AHPH 502-191 INTRODUCTION TO RESEARCH
    Methods of investigating physiological mechanisms within the human clinical context; development of skills for producing as well as consuming research by proposing a research plan. Prerequisite: Admission to program. Three hours per week.
  • AHPH 537-191 EMER PROC CARDIOV LIFE SUPP
    Using a case-based approach to enhance critical thinking, receive an in-depth study of applied cardiovascular/pulmonary physiology to Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS). An expected outcome is achieving certification as ACLS providers. Prerequisites: American Heart Association Basic Life Support and consent of program director. Three hours per week.
  • AHPH 553-191 CLINICAL PHYSIOLOGY
    Study of common lab techniques used in physiologic health screening, fitness testing and research. Emphasis on cardiorespiratory and musculoskeletal procedures. Three hours per week.
  • AHPH 590-193 TOPICS IN APLD HLTH PHYS
    Provides opportunities to investigate special themes or issues of interest for students in the health and fitness professions. Topics will vary by semester. May be repeated once under different course subtitles for a total of 6 credits. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. Three hours per week

2014 Summer I

  • AHPH 553-191 CLINICAL PHYSIOLOGY
    Study of common lab techniques used in physiologic health screening, fitness testing and research. Emphasis on cardiorespiratory and musculoskeletal procedures. Three hours per week.
  • AHPH 692-191 APPLIED HEALTH PHYS INTSHP I
    An internship of practical/observational experience with an approved health care/enhancement program for students pursuing a Master of Science in applied health physiology with a focus in one of three areas: strength and conditioning, cardiovascular/pulmonary rehabilitation, or fitness/wellness. The number of hours required for completion is based on the area of focus. Prerequisites: Admission to the program, completion of 18 graduate credit hours in the program, purchase of professional liability insurance, consent of the Program Director and where applicable depending on the area of focus, American Heart Association Basic Life Support.

2014 Summer II

  • AHPH 692-191 APPLIED HEALTH PHYS INTSHP I
    An internship of practical/observational experience with an approved health care/enhancement program for students pursuing a Master of Science in applied health physiology with a focus in one of three areas: strength and conditioning, cardiovascular/pulmonary rehabilitation, or fitness/wellness. The number of hours required for completion is based on the area of focus. Prerequisites: Admission to the program, completion of 18 graduate credit hours in the program, purchase of professional liability insurance, consent of the Program Director and where applicable depending on the area of focus, American Heart Association Basic Life Support.
  • AHPH 693-191 APPLIED HEALTH PHYS INTSHP II
    An internship of additional practical/observational experience with an approved health care/enhancement program for students pursuing a Master of Science in applied health physiology. Prerequisites: AHPH 692, purchase of professional liability insurance and, where applicable depending on the area of focus, American Heart Association Basic Life Support. The number of hours for completion is based on the area of focus.

2014 Fall

  • AHPH 502-191 INTRODUCTION TO RESEARCH
    Methods of investigating physiological mechanisms within the human clinical context; development of skills for producing as well as consuming research by proposing a research plan. Prerequisite: Admission to program. Three hours per week.
  • AHPH 542-191 EXER PROG, NUTR & WT CNTRL
    Study of exercise programming guidelines as established by the American College of Sports Medicine. A strong focus is placed upon nutrition and weight control in conjunction with exercise prescription recommendation for a variety of clinical populations. Students gain practical experience in developing exercise programs for individuals with various conditions. Prerequisites: Admission to program. Three hours per week.

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Awards, Scholarship & Creative Works:  []

Article(s)

Schneider, S.R., Insley, C.R, Gareis, A., Burnett. E, & Joyner, R.L.  
(2014). 
Inspiratory muscle training in patients with copd participating in a hospital-based comprehensive Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program 
Medicine & Science in Sports and Exercise, 
46:S6, 
56. 
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. 
Joyner, R. & Schneider, S. 
(2009). 
Heated, humidified high-flow nasal cannula as an alternative to nasal continuous positive airway pressure for providing supplemental oxygen to premature neonates 
The John's Hopkins University School of Medicine eNeonatal Review, 
6(10), 
3-6. 
Muller, S. M., Gorrow, T. R. & Schneider, S. R. 
(2009). 
Enhancing appearance & sports performance: Are female collegiate athletes behaving more like males? 
Journal of American College Health, 
57(5), 
513-519. 
Muller, S. M., Gorrow, T. R., & Schneider, S. R. 
(2009). 
Enhancing appearance and sports performance: Are female collegiate athletes behaving more like males? 
Journal of American College Health , 
57(5), 
513-520. 
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. 
Joyner, R. L., Schneider, S. R., Preas, A. E., & Ng, M. 
(2008). 
A turbine-based NIV performance comparison. 
American Journal of Respiratory & Critical Care Medicine, 
177, 
387. 
Joyner, R. L., Schneider, S. R., Preas, A. E., & Ng, M. 
(2008). 
An evaluation of turbine-based non-invasive ventilator performance. 
Respiratory Care Open Forum Abstracts, 
53(11), 
1538. 
Gorrow, T. R., Muller, S. M., & Schneider, S. R.  
(2006). 
The relationship between perceived body size & confidence in ability to teach among pre-service teachers.

Education, 128(2), 364-373.
Muller, S. M., Dennis, D. L., Schneider, S. R., & Joyner, R. L. 
(2004). 
Muscle dysmorphia among selected male college athletes: An examination of the Lantz, Rhea, & Mayhew model 
International Sports Journal, 
8(2), 
119-124. 
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Joyner, R. L., Bathgate, K. M., O'Connell, J. & Schneider, S. R. 
(2003). 
Pressure-time product as an indicator of inspiratory work in a lung model during different inspiratory flow demands in the Respironics Esprit, Puritan Bennett 7200ae & Siemens Servoi. 
Respiratory Care, 
48(11), 
1102. 
Joyner, R. L., Schneider, S. R. & Muller, S. M. 
(2003). 
Negative pressure as an indice of inspiratory work in a lung model during different inspiratory flow demand in the Espirit and PB 7200ae. 
Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, 
167(7), 
100. 
Schneider, S. R. & Joyner, R. L. 
(2002). 
Pain management & sedation in mechanically ventilated patients. 
Advance for Managers of Respiratory Care, 
11, 
17-21. 
Schneider, S. R., Joyner, R. L. & Muller, S. M. 
(2002). 
The Influence of FEV 1% of predicted on exercise tolerance in older adults with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease participating in pulmonary rehabilitation. 
Respiratory Care, 
47(9), 
1050. 
Schneider, S. R., Joyner, R. L. Muller, S. M. & Ruff, J. E. 
(2000). 
Exercise tolerance in older adults with COPD participating in pulmonary rehabilitation. 
JCR, 
20(5), 
295. 
Schneider, S. R., Joyner, R. L., Muller, S. M. & Ruff, J. E. 
(2000). 
Metabolic response to exercise in older adults with COPD participating in pulmonary rehabilitation. 
JCR, 
20(5), 
295. 

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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