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14 May

Email Delivery Delayed to AARC

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13 May

AARC Offers Career Building Resources

#WhyImAnAARCMember Your career is important to you, and it’s important to the AARC too. That’s why we offer a range of career building resources aimed at helping you get ahead. Here’s what you’ll find in our Career Center— Job Board: Hospitals and other health facilities turn to us to get the word out about their… Read more »

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11 May

CF in the Spotlight in May

Relive the story of CF patient and RT Jeremy Parks Roughly 30,000 children and adults in the United States have cystic fibrosis, and 1,000 new cases are diagnosed each year. Likely most of those patients receive care from a respiratory therapist during the course of their treatment. The month of May, CF Awareness Month, presents… Read more »

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08 May

AARC Joins The Network in 30-Year Celebration

AARC Board Member Natalie Napolitano and former NFL Player Jerome (The Bus) Bettis visited Congressional offices and shared the message that respiratory therapists should be part of the telehealth bill. AARC, along with former NFL player Jerome Bettis, joined with the Allergy and Asthma Network as they celebrated their 30th anniversary. Bettis went along on… Read more »

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04 May

Good Press: AARC Members in the News

Carrie Bates Stan Munsch Robert Vega Good Press spotlights AARC members mentioned in the news media at a local and national level. Here is the latest list of news makers:Carrie Bates shares some information about a new asthma program being offered by her hospital in this article in the Kalispell, MT, Daily Inter Lake. “By learning… Read more »

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01 May

Dr. William Miller Leaves a Legacy

Dr. William Miller attended the International Respiratory Congress in New Orleans in 2012 at the age of 92. William F. Miller, MD, passed away on April 29, 2015 at the age of 95. Dr. Miller was very involved with the AARC and profession in its early days, and was a major contributor to and trustee… Read more »

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01 May

AARC Asks President Obama to Act Now

The FDA proposed a regulation to extend its authority over all unregulated tobacco products – including e-cigarettes, hookahs, and cigars – more than a year ago. Now the AARC has joined 30 fellow organizations in writing to President Obama urging him to quickly act on that proposal to ensure children are protected against the aggressive marketing… Read more »

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29 Apr

AARC Celebrates Asthma Allergy Month

According to the CDC, asthma affects 18.7 million adults and 6.8 million children in the U.S. alone. As such, it’s a condition that’s always on the minds of public health officials and media outlets, and there is no better time than the month of May to get the word out to these folks about the… Read more »

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29 Apr

Peak Performance Makes a Difference

With asthma as the focus in May, it’s a perfect time to take a look at AARC’s Peak Performance program. A program geared to educating school nurses, administrators and teachers about asthma, it’s a way you can make a positive difference in the lives of students in your community. By enrolling in the Peak Performance… Read more »

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28 Apr

Get Peak Flow Meters for Your Community Events

AARC is offering free disposable peak flow meters for community event activities to AARC members. Taking asthma education into your community events like health screenings and county fairs is one way to raise the visibility of respiratory therapists and to educate the public about their health and the great work respiratory therapists do. Now, for… Read more »

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