Learning Modules for Respiratory Care Students

The AARC is committed to helping students succeed before and after graduation by offering benefits such as the NBRC discount, scholarships, career services, and learning modules. The learning modules focus on various aspects of respiratory care: professionalism, career advice, and clinical topics. You can access the student learning modules in the Student Channel on AARC University and even print a certificate of completion to demonstrate your dedication to your career as a respiratory therapist.

AARC Student Learning Modules are not approved for CRCE. If you need to earn CRCE to renew your state license or your professional credentials, please visit AARC University and search the other content channels for courses approved for CRCE.

No More Quizzes, No More Books: Navigating Your Professional Life after Graduation

What are your plans after graduation? This presentation will provide an overview of the important milestones after RT education graduation; licensing, credentialing, the job search/interview process and career planning. The presentation will focus on the challenges and opportunities presented to students as they begin their RT careers. A case-based, interactive format will challenge participants’ minds and stimulate thought on the topics presented.

Free for AARC student members; $10 for non-members.

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This course is not approved for CRCE. If you need to earn CRCE to renew your state license or your professional credentials, please search for content in the other channels on AARC University.

Respiratory Humidity

Humidity is critical to human respiratory health. Our airways naturally condition inspired air to a level of temperature and humidity that enables physiologic equilibrium in the airway. When this natural balance is disrupted, the performance of the lung is inhibited. Maintaining this physiologic harmony is vital to a patient’s outcome. Sponsored by an unrestricted educational grant from Fisher & Paykel Healthcare, this student learning module provides an overview of humidity, optimal humidity levels and the mucociliary transport system, methods of delivering humidity and moisture to the airways, identifies patient groups at greater risk from lack of humidification, and reviews the AARC Clinical Practice Guidelines on humidification during mechanical ventilation. This learning module will take you approximately five (5) hours to complete.

Free for AARC student members; $10 for non-members.

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This course is not approved for CRCE. If you need to earn CRCE to renew your state license or your professional credentials, please search for content in the other channels on AARC University.

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