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01 Aug

Practice Makes Perfect for Exam Prep

Whether you’re just finishing up your RT program or you’ve been out of school for a while and are going back for your RRT, studying for your RT boards can be a stressful experience. How can you prepare for these exams without feeling frantic in the process? AARC Exam Prep Tools According to researchers from… Read more »

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31 Jul

August is National Immunization Awareness Month

August is National Immunization Awareness Month, making this a great opportunity to remind your patients to get their appropriate vaccines. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), thousands of American adults get sick each year from diseases that vaccines can prevent. For patients with asthma or COPD, vaccines are an important step… Read more »

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25 Jul

Get Up to Speed on RT Credentialing with NBRC Videos

Everyone knows you need to pass the CRT exam – or in a growing number of states now, the RRT exam – to earn your license to practice respiratory care. But other aspects of the credentialing system that governs our profession are less clear to a lot of RTs. The NBRC is hoping to shed… Read more »

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20 Jul

ZDoggMD to be Congress 2018 Keynote Speaker

Enable cookies to see embeded content. Zubin Damania, MD, aka ZDoggMD, will kick off the AARC Congress 2018 experience with song, humor, and creative storytelling in his “Healthcare Remixed” talk. He plans to examine the challenges of delivering compassionate care and how medical professionals might work individually and collectively to ensure that the future of medicine… Read more »

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19 Jul

How RTs Can Help Battle Occupational Asthma

According to a recent report from the CDC, 33,307 people between the ages of 15 and 64 died from asthma between 1999 and 2016. What caused those deaths? For an estimated 3,664-6,994 of them, an occupational exposure to a hazardous substance may have been to blame. Men working in food, beverage, and tobacco products manufacturing;… Read more »

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18 Jul

Becoming a Respected Voice Begins With Involvement

You have a voice and immense experience and expertise to share with colleagues. But are you being heard? Two RTs who feel they have become a respected voice in the larger medical community explain what it takes. Community service For Tina Lovings, MHS, RRT, RRT-ACCS, the road to respect has been paved with community involvement…. Read more »

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