Cover image for lecture: Respiratory Anatomy and Physiology (Part One)

Lecture Overview

Join John Serginson on a winding trip through respiratory anatomy and physiology and experience a refresher on A&P that will leave you wanting more. Linking normal and abnormal anatomy and physiology with common respiratory presentations, you will learn much more than just your simple textbook outline of the lungs.


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John Serginson

John Serginson has been a Nurse Practitioner: respiratory care at the Caboolture Hospital since 2010. He completed his Nurse Practitioner master's degree at the University of Queensland (UQ) with clinical training at The Prince Charles Hospital. He is an adjunct lecturer in the UQ School of Nursing and Midwifery. With 29 years’ experience as a nurse (16 in respiratory care), his research interests include domiciliary oxygen, inhaled therapy, and COPD models of care.




55 Total Rating(s)

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Debra Schumann
15 Mar 2019

Very interesting, useful

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Nelson Madriaga
28 Aug 2018

Well presented. Easy tu understand. Would recommend to other nurses

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Pen Wilson
31 Jul 2018

Good session

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Patricia camacho
04 Jul 2018

Very informative topic

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03 Jul 2018

Very informative. I learnt so much.

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Hannah Evans
22 Jun 2018

Very easy to follow and quite captivating in the education provided

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Lei Zhang
15 Jun 2018

very good presentation. helps me review the respiratory anatomy and physiology. new skills gained.

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Sophie Sophie
15 Jun 2018

The educator made everything very easy to understand through the use of examples.

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Geraldine luker
12 Jun 2018

Very informative and very well produced. The presenter broke down each area of the presentation which allowed for easy learning. Respiratory disease is a growing concern and much of this information helps the health orofessionals

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Siobhan McMahon
12 Jun 2018

Excellent presenter