- University of Nevada Las Vegas, PhD, Higher education administration, 2003
- Loyola University, MS, Counseling psychology, 1991
- Stony Brook University, BS, Cardiorespiratory Sciences, 1976
As a medical professional since 1971, I have always held a strong respect for medical accreditation, credentialing, and licensure. It is in these areas that I have made published inquires, hoping to bring improvements to the professions that my students will spend their medical careers.
Since the content that I teach requires the integration of both cognitive and psychomotor competencies, I believe the teacher has a primary responsibility to, likewise, integrate critical-thinking based education with skill performance. I strongly support the "brick-and-mortar" academic experience, and the benefit this brings through student/teacher conversations.
Insley, Carlton R., Schneider, Sidney R. and Joyner, Robert L. (2016) Consideration of a standardized pre-admission examination to identify probable success on the respiratory therapist credentialing examinations. vol. 61. no. 10. pp. OF25. Respiratory Care.
Schneider, Sidney R., Insley, Carlton R., Gareis, Andrew, Burnett, Emily and Joyner, Robert L. (2014) Inspiratory muscle training in patients with COPD participating in a hospital-based comprehensive pulmonary rehailitation program. vol. 46. no. 5S. pp. 8-11. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise.
Joyner, Robert L., Insley, Carlton R. and Schneider, Sidney R. (2010) Physician's perspectives of professional credential and academic degree on practice competency for the respiratory care practitioner and nurse. vol. 55. no. 11. pp. 1557. Respiratory Care.
Insley, Carlton R., Schneider, Sidney R., Pearce, Catherine and Joyner, Robert L. (2015) The relationship of a standardized pre-admission examination and success on the respiratory therapist credentialing examinations. vol. 60. pp. OF35. Respiratory Care.
AHPH 534 PERFORMANCE PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY (Fall 2019)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: Admission to Applied Health Physiology Program. Three hours per week.AHPH 693 INTERNSHIP II (Fall 2019)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.RESP 210 FOUND ST N RESPIR TH (Fall 2019)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 CARDPULMRY PHYSIOLOGY (Fall 2019)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 CARDIOPULM DIAG REHAB (Fall 2019)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 MAN PRACT IN HLTH SERV (Fall 2019)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.
- Professional MembershipsAmercian Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary RehabilitationAdvances the professional practice of cardiovascular and pulmonary rehabilitation
American Association for Respiratory CareThe AARC is the professional organization for Respiratory Care
American College of Sports MedicineRepresenting more than 70 disciplines, integrates sports medicine and exercise science.
- Licensures and CertificationsAdult Critical Care Specialist, National Board for Respiratory CareThis prestigious credential is a high standard for critical care practitioners. At this writing, only about 1% of practicing American Respiratory Therapists hold this distinction.
Registered Pulmonary Function Technologist, National Board for Respiratory CareThe RPFT is the advanced credential for pulmonary function acquisition and assessment.
Physical Activity in Public Health Specialist, American College of Sorts MedicineThis certification addresses individuals who provide health and wellness activities in the public sector, organize municipal improvement efforts, and organize advocacy activities.
- PresentationsThe Accreditation Ambassador ProgramMay, 31 2018Site Visitor Training Session/Ambassador Training Session, Minneapolis, MN
The Impact of Inspiratory Muscle Training on Six-Minute-Walk-Distance, Shortness of Breath, and Health Survey in Patients with COPD Participating in a Hospital-Based Comprehensive Pulmonary Rehabilitation ProgramMay, 17 2015American Thoracic Society International Conference 2015, Denver, ColoradoTo determine if Inspiratory Muscle Training improves exercise tolerance when used as an adjunctive therapy for patients with COPD participating in a comprehensive Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program regimen by measure of Six-Minute-Walk-Distance and the impact on other related health factors, measured by two questionnaires: the UCSD Shortness of Breath and SF- 36 Health Survey.
The relationship of a standardized pre-admission examination and success on the respiratory therapist credentialing examinations.November, 7 2015American Association for Respiratory Care International Respiratory Congress, Tampa, FloridaDirectors of Respiratory Therapy Programs are challenged to admit students with the ability to academically prosper and eventually be successful on national credentialing examinations. Similarly schools of medicine, law, and pharmacy utilize standardized pre-admission examinations as part of program matriculation criteria. This study is designed to assess the correlational relationship of scores attained on a specific standardized pre-admission examination with scores attained on the national respiratory therapy credentialing examinations.
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AHPH Student Interns at National Strength and Conditioning Association Headquarters
Wednesday, September 12, 2018
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