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29 Jul

July 2020 | Vol. 44, Issue 7

Meet the Candidates – Election 2021; Clinical Perspectives | Addressing the Problem of Frequent Readmission to Hospital for Asthma Patients; Trending | COVID-19 & Smoking/Vaping; Management | Leadership Lessons Learned During COVID-19; Reflections; General Counsel | Situational Awareness; Executive Office Update | We Will Never Forget Them; RC Currents; and Industry Watch

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30 Jun

July 2020 | Vol. 44, Issue 7

Interprofessional Collaboration; 32nd Annual AARC Zenith Awards; Management | Role of Respiratory Therapists in Quality Improvement; Management | Coding for Respiratory Care – The Good the Bad and the Ugly; Sleep Waves | Does Mask Selection Impact PAP Adherence?; Chronic Disease Manager | Teaching Strategies for Adult Learners; From the President’s Desk | Challenge Accepted!;… Read more »

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04 Jun

June 2020 | Vol. 44, Issue 6

AARC 2019 Annual Report; The Learning Lifestyle; We Are AARC; Chronic Disease Manager | Getting Patients Excited about Pulmonary Rehabilitation, Sleep Waves | Home Sleep Testing and What It Means for Patients; Ventilation for Life | Around the Clock Vigilance for Liberation; Reflections | My Degree Journey; Executive Office Update | Only Together Can We… Read more »

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13 May

May 2020 | Vol. 44, Issue 5

It’s Time for Journal Club; 40+ Years in the Halls of Congress and Beyond; Clinical Perspectives | A Patient’s Personal Experience with CF Medications; Chronic Disease Manager | Asthma, Air Pollution, and Your Patient’s Health; From the President’s Desk; General Counsel | War; RC Currents; Industry Watch

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20 Apr

April 2020 | Vol. 44, Issue 4

COVID-19: Respiratory Therapy Is Here; COVID-19: On the Front Lines in Omaha; The World Wide Response to COVID-19—International Medicine in Real Time; COVID-19: On the Front Lines in Chicago; COVID-19: On the Homefront; Share the Experiences: After End of the COVID-19 Mission; Ventilation for Life | ECMO: Be Sure as to “Why;” Executive Office Update… Read more »

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11 Mar

March 2020 | Vol. 44, Issue 3

EVALI: E-cigarette or Vaping Product Use-Associated Lung Injury; Vaping for Tobacco Cessation: What Does the Evidence Say?; Adolescent Nicotine Dependence; The Vaping Epidemic: A Respiratory Therapy Department’s Experience with Providing Education on Vaping; and Clinical Perspectives | Shifting Toward Nicotine Cessation.

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07 Feb

February 2020 | Vol. 44, Issue 2

Michael Amato Envisions a “Global Community” for RTs; RC Week Goes International; The Global Perspective; Clinical Perspectives | Oxygen Saturation Index: A New Predictor for Respiratory Failure?; Ventilation for Life | The Most Misunderstood Concepts in Mechanical Ventilation; Clinical Perspectives | Interventional Pulmonology Respiratory Therapists (IPRT): An Emerging Specialty Enriching the Practice of Advanced Bronchoscopy;… Read more »

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08 Jan

January 2020 | Vol. 44, Issue 1

AARC Congress 2019: Where Professionals Came to Grow; Honoring Our Best and Brightest; No One Can Stop You But You; Clinical Perspectives: Pressure Injuries and the RT: What is Our Role?; Ventilation for Life: Nonventilatory Strategies for Severe ARDS?; From the President’s Desk; General Counsel: Your Ethical Duty; RC Currents; and Industry Watch.

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06 Dec

December 2019 | Vol. 43, Issue 12

Clinical Perspectives: Respiratory Care – A View of the Future with an Eye on the Past; Ventilation for Life: Mechanical Ventilation in the Year 2030; Chronic Disease Manager: Evolution and Future; Coming of Age: Predicting the Future of Respiratory Care for Geriatric Patients; Sleep Waves: Future Predictions for Sleep Medicine; Cover Story: Evolving Along with… Read more »

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30 Oct

November 2019 | Vol. 43, Issue 11

Ventilation for Life: How Hard is Your Patient Working?; Chronic Disease Manager: Evolution of a Pulmonary Function Laboratory Accreditation Program; Cover Story: Top-Notch Care for America’s Heroes; How to Make Education Fun in Pulmonary Rehabilitation; COPD: Contemporary Strategies to Manage an Old Disease; Modifying the Progression of COPD

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