April 21, 2011
Open Forum Abstracts Being Accepted Now Through June 1
AARC Congress 2011 will feature another great round of Open Forums, and if you have research to share, consider submitting an abstract via our online “Easy Street” application process. All accepted abstracts are automatically placed in the running for ARCF fellowships and awards, and they’re also published in the Oct. issue of Respiratory Care. The deadline for 2011 submissions is June 1.
"Spring Into Summer" Sale at the AARC Store
We're celebrating Spring into Summer with our best sale ever on gift,
apparel, and respiratory-themed items in the AARC
Store. Shop now until June 21 for t-shirts, bags, gifts,
professional shirts, and much more! Browse your favorite categories or
view all the great new spring
into summer prices! Inventory is limited on many items, so
shop early to take advantage of these amazing savings.
Running Out to Save on Congress
Earlybird registration for AARC Congress 2011, this Nov. 5–8 in
Tampa, FL, ends on April 29, so head over to the online registration page
to sign up for our premiere meeting of the year–or just click on
the link to download a copy of the registration form to print out and
fax or mail in! Either way, you’ll save $20 off the regular fees.
Summer Meetings: Pre, Post Courses Add Value
The AARC Summer Forum, coming up this July in beautiful Vail, CO, promises to deliver cutting edge information for managers and educators, and our pre and post courses only add to the value:
- Beyond the Preceptor: A Guide to Mentoring for Program Faculty, Department Educators & Managers on July 17 is approved for up to 3.67 CRCEs and covers all the latest on how to mentor the next generation of RTs.
- Competency College: Ensuring Competency for Students & Staff on July 20 will bring everyone up-to-speed on the latest ways to assure competency and is approved for up to 3.33 hours of CRCE.
Pre-register for both by June 24.
Encourage the Young People in Your Life to Consider RT
Graduation season is almost here, and while many high school students already know which careers they’ll be pursuing in college, some are still looking. If you know any young people seeking a great career, direct them to our Be an RT website. They’ll find everything they need to get started.
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