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07 Aug

Value of AARC University

Lifelong learning remains paramount for respiratory therapists. While maintaining your license and credentials necessitates this learning, so too does the need for continual improvement and growth in your career. AARC University, a premier benefit for AARC Members, is the AARC’s online learning portal. You can register for a course, learn from the course content, pass… Read more »

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28 Mar

Breaking Through the Excuses to Advance Your Degree – Laura Hartman

This month in our Breaking Through the Excuses series, we’ll learn how Laura Hartman, MHA, RRT, RRT-NPS, RRT-ACCS, who recently completed her master’s program, advanced her degree. Laura’s Story “I am a respiratory care supervisor at Lakewood Ranch Medical Center in Bradenton, Florida,” Hartman said. “In many ways, my Master of Healthcare Administration degree has… Read more »

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10 Jan

Just Released: Pulmonary Rehabilitation Certificate Course

The American Association for Respiratory Care (AARC) just released a new Pulmonary Rehabilitation Certificate Course. Through a partnership with the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation (AACVPR), the class offers respiratory therapists the opportunity to earn a specialized certificate in Pulmonary Rehabilitation. They will also increase their value as a respiratory therapist by helping… Read more »

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06 Dec

Moving the Profession Forward: Degree Advancement

In 2015, the AARC established a goal calling for 80 percent of RTs to have, or be working toward, a bachelor’s degree by 2020. The AARC provides resources and tools to help individuals and educational programs achieve this initiative. Individual degree advancement Respiratory therapy degree advancement programs provide a pathway for respiratory therapists who have… Read more »

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