Outtakes from AARC Congress 2016: What People are Saying

 Updated: April 20, 2017

  Tags: CongressContinuing Education

Why You Should Register Early For Congress 2017

AARC Congress 2016 is now over and the reviews could not be better. People are buzzing about the leading ideas they heard during the sessions, the insight they gained into where the profession is headed, and the special events that made this year’s meeting stand out from the crowd.

The enthusiasm will continue next year in Indianapolis, as we gather for the 63rd International Respiratory Convention and Exhibition Oct. 4–7 (that’s Wednesday through Saturday). Earlybird registration is available now, with a savings of $100.

Register with the Early Bird Discount

Our 2017 venue will welcome us with open arms. Rated the #1 convention city in the country by USA Today, this Midwestern metropolis is full of surprises. Sure, you’ll find the internationally renowned Indy 500 race track, but the city is also home to the world’s biggest children’s museum, America’s only cultural urban state park, a beautiful Canal Walk that threads through the heart of the city, and a thriving arts district.

And getting around couldn’t be easier.

Given its location in right in the middle of the heartland, Indianapolis is relatively close to multiple high population areas as well, meaning airfare will be less expensive for more attendees and you can get there and back in shorter times.

So register today for AARC Congress 2017 and join us for the next edition of the biggest and best respiratory care meeting in the world! To learn more about the value of attending Congress, visit our Congress 2016 Gazette webpage with news and highlights of continuing education and events that happened at this year’s Congress.