January 22, 2009

Make a Difference with Peak Performance USA
Make a real difference in the lives of kids with asthma through the Peak Performance USA program. The AARC is re-launching this popular program, and this time itís all online. Learn more about it, and then consider how you can put it to work helping school children in your community.


The End is Near -- If You Want to Submit Congress Ideas
Next week, January 31, is the last day to submit ideas for programming at the 2009 International Respiratory Congress in San Antonio.


2009 Kicking Off with FREE CRCEs
The New Year brings two new chances to earn FREE continuing education credits—part 2 of our popular Reimbursement College, and a second ARCF-EPA course aimed at educating therapists about their role in allergy testing and smoking cessation to benefit the asthma patient. Take both of the new courses and earn 6 FREE credits. Take these two new courses and their two predecessors and earn 11!


Give Your Department the Edge with AARC Professor's Rounds 2009
The AARC's popular lecture series is now available for order with eight new topics on DVD presenting updated information on effective respiratory care. Enjoy the convenience of Professor's Rounds for your continuing education programs with a new topic each month from April through November. Check out this year's lectures by some of the biggest names in respiratory care and see how your department can take advantage of these high-quality, easy-to-earn CRCEs for your staff. Order the entire 2009 season at the member price of $1289 and save -- it's like getting two FREE programs.


QRCR Enrollment/Recertification Going on Now
The AARCís Quality Respiratory Care Recognition (QRCR) program is a great way to get credit for providing safe and effective care for your patients. It can also help your organization differentiate itself from others in your market. But hurry—the open enrollment/recertification period ends March 31.

Make AARC.Org Your Home Page
The best way to keep up with everything thatís going on in respiratory care is to make AARC.Org your home page on the Internet. That way youíll always see the latest news and information, including updates on Association activities and respiratory care-related headlines from the general media, every time you log on to the World Wide Web. Click on the link for easy instructions!


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