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2022 JSM Forum Video Library

Video Presentations


Things that Go Bump in the Night: Parasomnias & Other Unusual Sleep Behaviors

John Carter, MD, Sleep Physician & Neurologist at MetroHealth Medical Center, & Associate Professor at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine

Dr. Carter will discusses how parasomnias are caused and how to treat this abnormal sleep disruption.

  • Understand the brain processes causing parasomnias.
  • Differentiate NREM and REM parasomnias by clinical presentation and on sleep study.
  • Understand common triggers for parasomnias.
  • Understand treatment options for parasomnias.

Manipulating the PAP Circuit to Increase Adherence

William H. Noah, MD, CEO/Founder, SleepRes LLC, & Medical Director, Sleep Centers of Middle Tennessee

Dr. Noah discusses the PAP circuit and share a few simple solutions that we all can take advantage of.

  • Understanding the elements of the PAP circuit
  • Understanding how the circuit affects adherence
  • Optimizing the circuit to maximize adherence

Emerging Therapies

Asim Roy, MD, Medical Director and Research Assistant at the Ohio Sleep Medicine Institute, & Assistant Clinical Professor of Sleep Medicine at the Northeast Ohio Medical University

Dr. Roy reviews new emerging treatments for sleep apnea therapy.

  • Define sleep apnea
  • Understand the impact of untreated sleep apnea
  • Share emerging treatments

Evaluating Daytime Sleepiness & Alertness: Updates of the MSLT & MWT

Donna Arand, PhD, DABSM, FAASM, Associate Research Professor at Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine and former President of the Society of Behavioral Sleep Medicine

Dr. Arand discusses the relationship between daytime sleepiness and alertness, factors affecting measurement and diagnosis, types of objective and subjective tests and updates of the protocols for the MSLT and MWT.

  • Understand the relationship between sleepiness and alertness
  • Identify factors impacting measurement of daytime sleepiness and alertness
  • Know the updated protocols for the MSLT and MWT

What Happens When We Don't Get Good Sleep

Amber Allen, RPSGT, RST, CCSH, Director of the Polysomnographic Technology Program at Collin College and Director and Chair of Education and CSTE Committee on the BRPT Board of Directors

Amber Allen shares the effects of sleep deprivation on the body and mind, plus reviews sleep hygiene tips that will improve sleep quality and quantity.

  • Identify the functions of sleep.
  • Discuss the effects of sleep deprivation on physical and cognitive tasks.
  • Examine sleep hygiene tips to combat sleep loss and provide patients with better sleep.

Humidified High Flow: An Emerging New Home Therapy

Juan "Danny" Pulido, MD, Pulmonologist, Baptist Medical Center in Jacksonville, Florida

Dr. Pulido discusses the mechanisms of high flow, potential physiological benefits to patients in the home, as well as recent published clinical evidence.

  • Understand mechanism of Humidified High Flow Therapy
  • Learn patient benefits 
  • Discuss Nagata 2022 Clinical Trial

Troubleshooting Your Home NIV Patient: Synchrony is the Key!

Steve Hartz, RRT, Regional Clinical Specialist, ResMed Corp.

Steven Hartz covers what to monitor for NIV patients and how to recognize asynchrony with the patients' devices.

  • Explain the benefits of remote monitoring systems for home ventilated patients
  • Review and interpret data offered by current remote monitoring systems
  • Understand the impact of synchrony settings on outcomes

These lectures were presented live during the 2022 Jean S. Marx Memorial Education Forum virtual event on Thursday, November 17th, 2022. CEU credit cannot be obtained from watching these videos.