Do you need an expert to interview about respiratory health? Are you looking for information about a specific lung disease or condition? Would you like to talk with seasoned executives about the industry of association management? Do you need to relate important health information to the Spanish-speaking community? Then, the American Association for Respiratory Care can help. Call the AARC’s Communications Manager, at 972-406-4690 or 972-243-2272 for information.
Adherence to treatment, and follow-up care
Pediatric asthma (infants to teens)
How to avoid unnecessary trips to emergency departments
Responding to asthma emergencies
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
Lung reduction surgery
Improving medical instruction adherence
Reimbursement issues for those with home oxygen or in need of rehabilitation
Sleep disorders; sleep apnea
Home safety issues
Issues in caring for the geriatric patient
General Health Care
Care settings and respiratory therapy
Who should get immunizations?
Poor adherence of immunizations
Guidelines and timelines for immunizations
Outlook for new treatment
How do you know whether you are getting the best treatments?
Assistance for those with families suffering from lung cancer
Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome
Colds and Flu
Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome
Interstitial Lung Disease and Pulmonary Fibrosis
Primary Pulmonary Hypertension
Respiratory Synsytial Virus or RSV
Sudden Infant Death Syndrome or SIDS
Caring for the premature infant
Progress in neonatology
Respiratory Therapists in neonatal care
Home care of neonatal infants
Smoking cessation; what works and what does not
Tips to quit
Health benefits of quitting
Assistive devices for the home
What do they do?
How does one become a respiratory therapist?
Where do they work?
Future outlook for employment
Where can I find a respiratory school?
Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS)
Signs and symptoms
Spread of the disease
Precautions to take
Risk of another outbreak
Visit YourLungHealth.org or AARC.org for more information.