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With the Massachusetts Society meeting in full swing, hallway meet-ups are a great place to network. Seen here are Jason Moury, Martha Desilva, Sharon Fairweather, and Sandra Dunn.

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Latest Blog Posts

  • Jeffrey Haynes, RRT, RPFT

    Fall Diagnostics Section Bulletin

    The Fall Diagnostics Section Bulletin is now available: https://www.aarc.org/sections/diagnostics/bulletins/2014/fall/...

  • William S. Holland, MS, RRT, FAARC

    Surprise Surprise "The Home Coming" Interim Director of Heart and Vascular Center #2

    Management Section

    Hand offs-I used to think of this in clinical terms only. Hand Offs are essential to patient safety, and transfer of clinical...

  • Ron DiLorenzo, Jr.

    Respiratory Union

    TEXAS SOCIETY

    I see Nurses have unions, where's Respiratory Therapist's Union??? With everything going on out there, Enterovirus68 ,...

  • William S. Holland, MS, RRT, FAARC

    Surprise Surprise "The Home Coming" Interim Director of Heart and Vascular Center

    Here we go Round #3. In 2012 Co Interim Director of the ER, 2013 Interim Director of Peri-Operative Services, now 2014...

  • Shawna L. Strickland, PhD, RRT-NPS, FAARC

    Rock the Vote: AARC Elections 2014

    First, I have to beg forgiveness for blatantly stealing the "Rock the Vote" theme. I saw a really awesome video for the...

  • Lisa Marie Trujillo, RRT

    Ghana Medical Mission - Spring 2015

    International Medical Missions Roundtable

    We are excited to announce our Ghana Medical Mission dates for Spring 2015 Mission dates: ...

  • Matthew Davis, RRT

    Maryland

    We are currently working hard in Maryland to change the minimum entry into the field from CRT to RRT. We are looking...

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    Educational Choices Have Consequences

    MISSOURI SOCIETY

    My wife taught math for 26 years before retiring. She always says that "educational choices have consequences." Nowhere...

    7 people recommend this.
  • Shawna L. Strickland, PhD, RRT-NPS, FAARC

    Be a DRIVER: a call to arms

    Have you ever participated in a DRIVE4COPD event? If you have, you know that this is a collaboration of the AARC and COPD...

  • Marsha Cathcart

    Enter the AARC Photo Contest for the Chance To See Your Photo on Our Cover

    AARC Times is looking for creative members to enter our AARC Photo Contest. Finalists will receive a FREE one-year...

Announcements

Respiratory Care Week

The annual RC Week will be Oct. 19-25. Get ideas for how to celebrate and order your products now.

Grow Your Skills

We're proud of our new AARC Leadership Institute, that will help you develop skills in management, education, and research. If you want to grow in your career, take a look at what's offered.

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Top Contributors This Week

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    Shawna L. Strickland, PhD, RRT-NPS, FAARC

    American Association for Respiratory Care
    Irving, TX

    794 Points

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    Mike Bryant

    Cabell Huntington Hospital
    Salt Rock, WV

    311 Points

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    Cheryl Elaine Skinner, RRT,CPFT

    Community Memorial Healthcare
    Marysville, KS

    303 Points

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    Nhan Nguyen, RRT, AE-C

    My Best Homecare
    Milpitas, CA

    237 Points

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    Maureen C. Parmelee, RRT, CPFT

    St Vincents Med Ctr
    Bridgeport, CT

    211 Points

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