Respiratory Care Week 2021: New Responsibilities for In-Demand Role
Respiratory Care WeekThe U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook expects the number of respiratory therapists to increase 23 percent by 2029, much faster than the 8 percent average for all occupations.
Respiratory Care Week 2021: Lessons Learned and New Goals
Respiratory Care WeekRespiratory therapists have demonstrated resiliency and grit as the global pandemic has stretched into a second year. Sam Giordano, MBA, RRT, FAARC, the interim executive director of the American Association for Respiratory Care (AARC) shares the organization’s post-pandemic goals.
Q&A: The Changing Landscape for Respiratory Care
Respiratory Care WeekRespiratory care is evolving as respiratory therapists take on additional bedside roles, along with more responsibility for prevention by helping people manage their own chronic pulmonary diseases. Sam Giordano, the interim executive director of the American Association for Respiratory Care, shares the organization’s post-pandemic goals.
Respiratory Care Week 2022: The Future of Respiratory Care
Respiratory Care WeekThe American Association for Respiratory Care (AARC) has devised a strategic plan to nurture workforce recovery, promote diversity, equity and inclusion, and to reimagine its brand. We talk to its executive director about these initiatives.