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15 Aug

AARC Activates Disaster Fund for Flooding Victims

AARC members affected by the devastating floods that have hit parts of Louisiana and Mississippi over the past few days may now be eligible for assistance via the AARC’s Disaster Relief Fund. Members living in federally declared disaster areas in these states may apply for a grant of up to $500, either online or by… Read more »

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26 Jul

Good Press: AARC Members in the News July

Good Press: AARC Members in the News July features AARC members who were recently noted, quoted and interviewed. Sarah Parker Ann Flint De De Gardner Diane Rhodes Jaime Magnetico Amy Churchill is seeking reelection to her local school board, reports this article in the Asheville, NC, Citizen-Times. If elected, it will be her second term on… Read more »

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12 Jul

Good Press AARC Members in the News
July 2016

Good Press: AARC Members in the News features AARC members who were recently noted, quoted and interviewed. Dr. Michael Anderson Hawaii Society for Respiratory Care Tim Myers Don Guess Karen Schell Nita Hudsick Susan Mcquade Chief Medical Officer for University Hospitals, Dr. Michael Anderson, was recently interviewed by ideastream on how hospitals in Cleveland, Ohio, have… Read More

24 May

Lungride: AARC Member Hits The Road For The ARCF

Craig Smallwood is riding 583 miles through Eastern Canada and the U.S. in support of the American Respiratory Care Foundation. Many of us have plans for Memorial Day weekend, but it’s probably safe to say no one out there in the respiratory care community is doing what Craig Smallwood, BS, RRT, is planning to do… Read more »

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18 May

Respiratory Therapists Living with Cystic Fibrosis

Thanks to new and better treatments, people with cystic fibrosis are living longer and longer lives, but respiratory therapists know that the race for a cure is still on. And since May is National Cystic Fibrosis Awareness Month, we’re bringing back two archived stories from AARC Times, where AARC members share what it’s like to be an RT and living… Read more »

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10 May

Illinois Respiratory Therapists Drive OSA Protocol

Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is increasingly being recognized as a mortality risk in hospitals, but identifying patients who may have the condition and don’t know it — or have it and are not compliant with treatment — has been a challenge. At 395-bed Central Dupage Hospital in Winfield, IL, respiratory therapists are leading the charge… Read more »

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