AARC LogoDon’t Be Like Steve

This presentation puts the profession on trial, indicting old, outdated policies, methodologies, and thinking. Steve is a manager entrenched in the old ways. Some of his staff want more for themselves and their patients. Some just like having a beer with Steve on the weekends. Don’t be like Steve!

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Is your department like Steve’s? We implore you: Don’t Be Like Steve!

Don’t Be Like Steve…

Steve doesn’t know the issues.

Do Be Like Joe…

Joe Goss advocates for the profession. As a long-time Political Advocacy Contact Team member, he is making a difference by promoting this profession to Washington. Read more…

Don’t Be Like Steve…

Steve doesn’t step out of his defined role.

Do Be Like Charlie…

Charlie Friderici uses his RT background in his new disaster planning job. He helps with planning and allocation of resources in disaster and emergency situtations. Read more…

Don’t Be Like Steve…

Steve sees no need to be involved in the community.

Do Be Like Carolyn…

Carolyn Williams is an über-volunteer. What does that mean? It means any time the AARC has a need for volunteer labor in her part of the world, Carolyn steps up to the plate. Read more…

Don’t Be Like Steve…

Steve is content with the status quo.

Do Be Like Sherry…

Sherry Whiteman gets things done. Things like the annual Sputum Bowl competition wouldn’t happen without members like Sherry. Read more…

Don’t Be Like Steve…

Steve doesn’t collaborate with others.

Do Be Like Brady…

Brady Scott shares his knowledge. As a presenter at AARC Congress, author of papers in RESPIRATORY CARE, faculty at our ACCS course. Read more…

Don’t Be Like Steve…

Steve is just biding his time.

Do Be Like Helen…

Helen Sorenson is a lifelong RT. Even in retirement, she is continuing her involvement with the AARC and is proud of her respiratory therapy heritage. Read more…

Don’t Be Like Steve…

Steve puts himself and his staff above the patient.

Do Be Like Kevin…

Kevin McQueen makes patients a priority. And now, as director of patient safety, he has an even bigger role to play in keeping patients safe. Read more…