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10 Aug

2017 Patient Advocacy Award Recipient Announced

Christine Hartling of Utah is the 2017 recipient of the National Respiratory Patient Advocacy Award. A collaborative effort between The FACES Foundation (Family and Caregiver, Education & Support) and the AARC, this award identifies and honors registered respiratory therapists from across the country who demonstrate excellence in compassionate care for patients and families. As part… Read more »

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01 Aug

Good Press: AARC Members in the News | August 2017

Joshua O’Sullivan Eileen Luley Morgan Arritola Christi Ann Guthrie Joseph Nicoletti Senior Airman Joshua O’Sullivan is a respiratory therapist from the 88th Medical Group, Wright-Patterson Air Force, and has been named to the 10th volume of the Air Force’s Portraits of Courage for his actions as part of a Critical Care Air Transportation Team at… Read more »

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25 Jul

Marathon Runner to share her story of the 2013 Boston attacks at 2017 AARC Congress Closing Ceremony

A physician and experienced marathon runner, Dr. Natalie Stavas found the need for both of these roles during the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings. The AARC Congress 2017 planning team announced that Dr. Natalie Stavas will wrap-up AARC Congress 2017 (Oct. 4–7) as the closing ceremony speaker. Dr. Stavas will recount her experience in the fateful… Read more »

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25 Jul

AARC Member Brings RT to Liberia

Liberians learn life-saving skills at country’s first respiratory therapy school. Since 2011, AARC member Dr. Michael Davis, PhD, RRT, has worked with the medical system in Liberia to educate a small group of respiratory therapists who could form the core of the profession in that country. It’s been tough going. In 2014 the nation was… Read more »

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25 Jul

RC Week: Let the Planning Begin

The Metroplex Respiratory Team celebrates RC Week while showing off their ‘Super RT’ shirts. National Respiratory Care Week is October 22 – 28, and it’s our time to shine. Every year, hospitals and other health care facilities across the country and around the world use the occasion to draw attention to the wonderful work RTs… Read more »

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19 Jul

A Giving Spirit, RTs Volunteer Their Time

Randy De Kler, MS, RRT of Florida leads a service learning project with his students where they teach smoking prevention to middle school-aged children. Respiratory therapists are known for their caring hearts, and, for many, that spirit of giving extends beyond the walls of their hospitals and other facilities. They take their lung health expertise… Read more »

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