The Anaheim Convention Center is the site of AARC Congress 2013.
On behalf of AARC President George Gaebler and the Board of Directors, we invite you to attend the largest respiratory care meeting in the world. At AARC Congress 2013 in Anaheim, the AARC Specialty Sections and the Program Committee have developed a curriculum that will offer more of everything that matters to you and your patients. You may attend other educational meetings, but none of them offer you all of the following:
- A keynote address by Dr. Stephen Jencks; an international authority on hospital readmissions.
- The latest information on the Affordable Care Act and its impact on hospitals, patients and the respiratory therapist.
- The AARC Exhibit Hall where you can learn, see and touch the latest advancements in technology showcasing all manufacturers in the industry...more than 200 exhibitors in total.
- The results of original research presented to you by your peers in 19 Open Forums over the 3 1/2 days.
- All the continuing education credit (CRCE) you need to maintain your state license.
- Programs in all areas of respiratory care: adult critical care, neonatal and pediatric care, home care, continuing care, rehabilitation, diagnostics, transport, management, education, sleep, and long-term care, all presenting the most current and cutting-edge information.
- A closing ceremony you’ll not want to miss! Bob Eubanks from the TV hit show “The Newlywed Game” will discuss human interaction and the importance of compassion in communicating with patients.
- And that’s not all! Bob Eubanks will close out the meeting by hosting a live version of the Newlywed Game titled “Workmates” where colleagues will test their knowledge about each other. Eubanks will also give one lucky attendee the chance to win $100,000 in the “America’s Greatest Game Show” challenge!
So register now and connect to the professional event where everything is about quality respiratory care.
Unless specified differently, all Congress events will be held at the Anaheim Convention Center.