Articles tagged with: Career Advancement

Exploring the Role of RTs in the Emergency Department

July 28, 2021

Exploring the Role of RTs in the Emergency Department

Andrew Miller, MSc, RRT, RRT-ACCS, RRT-NPS, FAARC, discusses the important role of RTs in the ED and what life in the ED really looks like for them.

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Check it Out | Current Topics Program 3 Now Available!

May 4, 2021

Check it Out | Current Topics Program 3 Now Available!

In the third program of Current Topics, lecturer Harold Julius A. Oglesby, MBA, BSPS, RRT, discusses ‘Advances in Noninvasive Monitoring.’

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Opioids and Bankruptcy

March 31, 2021

Opioids and Bankruptcy

In this article Anthony DeWitt discusses the Chapter 11 bankruptcy and how it pertains to the opioid epidemic.

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Check it Out | Current Topics Program 2 Now Available!

March 31, 2021

Check it Out | Current Topics Program 2 Now Available!

In the 2021 Current Topics video series, lecturer Jie Li discusses ‘Postoperative Management of Hypoxemia: NIV, HFNC or Standard O2 Therapy.’

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Beyond Job Prospects: The Value of Networking and Collaboration

January 13, 2021

Beyond Job Prospects: The Value of Networking and Collaboration

We speak with AARC Member, Andy Miller, RRT, RRT-ACCS, RRT-NPS, FAARC, to discuss the importance of networking and collaboration.

 

Above and Beyond | Recruiting Future RTs

February 26, 2020

Above and Beyond | Recruiting Future RTs

Going above and beyond your everyday job and attend career fairs to recruit the next generation of RTs. We include a couple tips to help you.

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CHEST Makes Workforce Article Available to RT Community

February 5, 2020

CHEST Makes Workforce Article Available to RT Community

Last fall, CHEST posted online an accepted paper that examined the cardiopulmonary workforce in the U.S., with special emphasis on the need for advanced practice providers (APPs) such as the advanced practice respiratory therapist (APRT) to meet ongoing needs. In response to a request from the AARC, the full text of that paper has now... Read more »

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AARC Board of Directors Announcement: Advance Practice Respiratory Therapist Scope of Practice

January 31, 2020

AARC Board of Directors Announcement: Advance Practice Respiratory Therapist Scope of Practice

By 2030 the United States is predicted to have a shortfall of 1,300 to 12,000 Cardiologists and Pulmonologists. As identified by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, three of the top five leading causes of death are diseases of the cardiopulmonary system. Combining these problems with the aging population in the United States obligates... Read more »

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Value of Specializing in Your Career

January 22, 2020

Value of Specializing in Your Career

One of the added benefits of pursuing a respiratory therapy career is the wide variety of avenues you can take. Seeking credentials to help you specialize in your career path adds value to your experience in the profession. We checked in with your AARC Sleep Specialty Section Chair Jessica Schweller, MS, APRN-CNP, RRT-SDS, for her... Read more »

 

Starting a Step Ahead – Entering RT With a BS Degree

December 18, 2019

Starting a Step Ahead – Entering RT With a BS Degree

What is the value of entering the respiratory therapy profession with a bachelor’s degree? We asked two AARC members to share their answers to this question. Opening a new door “My bachelor’s of science degree in biology was a valuable asset as I entered respiratory school,” said Mary Bina, MS, RRT, RRT-NPS. “As an undergraduate... Read more »

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