Articles tagged with: Degree Advancement

What is CoARC and How is it Advancing RT Educational Levels?

September 26, 2017

What is CoARC and How is it Advancing RT Educational Levels?

Educational programs for all legitimate health care professions, from medicine on down, are overseen by accrediting bodies that set standards aimed at ensuring the education received by students in those programs meets the needs and requirements of the medical community. In respiratory care, that accrediting body is the Commission on Accreditation for Respiratory Care (CoARC).... Read more »

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How RT Managers Help Staff Meet Continuing Education Goals

September 11, 2017

How RT Managers Help Staff Meet Continuing Education Goals

In a profession like respiratory care, where technology is advancing at a record pace and current thinking on best practices is ever-evolving, continuing education is a given. Indeed, that’s why state licensing boards require RTs to meet continuing education requirements. But many managers will tell you therapists need to do even more, and they are... Read more »

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Two Schools Up Their Degree Programs

June 6, 2017

Two Schools Up Their Degree Programs

Educational needs in the respiratory care profession continue to increase and two schools have just announced new degree programs aimed at producing RT graduates who can rise to the next level. Transitioning to the BS level A goal nearly a decade in the making was realized at Molloy College on Long Island in New York... Read more »

 

AARC Provides Guidance to States Seeking an RRT Entry to Licensure

March 29, 2017

AARC Provides Guidance to States Seeking an RRT Entry to Licensure

View the Guidelines Every new RT graduate out there today is eligible to sit for the written TMC exam, and based on test scores, qualify for the clinical simulation exam (CSE) to earn the RRT. But recently, there has been change in the licensure acts of some states with others currently under consideration. Three states... Read more »

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