AARC Membership & Resource Walk Thru (Respiratory Therapist)

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AARC Membership & Resource Walk Thru (Respiratory Therapist)

AARC Membership – Welcome to this technology applications for Health and Human Services project. My name is Jodylynn Rolla and I am a graduate student at Youngstown State University working on my Master of Respiratory Care. I have been a respiratory therapist for over 30 years and I believe that we never stop learning.

AARC Membership & Resource Walk Thru – Respiratory Therapist

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What is the AARC?. The American Association for respiratory care is the professional association for respiratory therapists and is both a national and international organization.

The AARC website is packed with information about so many different aspects of respiratory care. The intent of this video is to learn how to navigate the resources on the AARC website.

The web address is aarc.org. At the very top of the page we find the AARC membership tab. The AARC membership page has links to everything that pertains to membership.

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You can join or renew your AARC membership online or you can download a printed application and send it through United states postal service. I am currently a member of the AARC so I will sign in and we check out some of the resources on the AARC website.

AARC Membership & Resource Walk Thru (Respiratory Therapist)

AARC Membership & Resource Walk

The AARC empowers its members as the best professional resource to achieve current or future career goals. There are a multitude of different types of respiratory therapy jobs from all over the country.

With the job search skills assistance the AARC can give you career advice to help you find the perfect job. From interview advice to writing your resume, there is an abundance of information.

If you are interested in advancing your degree from an associate to a bachelor or even a master’s degree this is a great place to look for answers and information about schools, scholarships and loans. At the bottom of the page there is a link to the American respiratory care foundation, ARCF.

AARC Membership & Resource Walk Thru (Respiratory Therapist)

The ARCF is the philanthropic branch of the AARC. They offer undergraduate and postgraduate scholarship awards along with literary, achievement and abstract awards all in the field of Respiratory Care. There are also Research Grants and fellowships available.

AARConnect is the members only social network that allows members to connect with other members across the country. First you sign in and create a personal page. You can then join roundtable discussions that are open to all members of the AARC. If you have joined one of the specialty section’s, you can get involved in the discussions in these different forums. Find out how people with those common interests do things differently or ask questions, give feedback. Get involved!

AARC Membership & Resource Walk Thru (Respiratory Therapist)

AARC Membership & Resource Walk Thru

This is main page. I already have a personal page. And it is simple to make. As it is a member only site you are required to sign in again using your AARC username and password.

Here I am! I’m going to click on my profile. As you can see it is simple to add to you profile by clicking Add or edit in any of the sections. If you click on my account tab this is where you can send and receive email from other members.

You can request friends kind of like on LinkedIn or Facebook As I talked about earlier the specialty sections are accessed here under the communities tab. I am a member of the Adult Acute Care Section and the Neonatal/Pediatric section.

The Adult acute care specialty section Home page shows you a little bit of everything and you can access by clicking anything green. The ribbon has numerous buttons and you can explore these on your own but I would like to show you how to participate in a discussion.

On the left, you can see threads listed by subject. To interact with a discussion, click on the thread. You can reply to the original creator of the thread or anyone’s comments in the discussion. Cool! Ok back to the AARC.

The respiratory care education page gives you an overview of many options for continuing education so that you can provide the best possible care. Many of the educational offerings are free or available at a discounted rate for AARC members. Let’s look at the AARC University.

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The AARC University is the AARC’s online learning site and offers a multitude of learning opportunities. There are a variety of categories to choose from. Let’s look at asthma. We now have a list of courses all about asthma with continuing education credits available. I’ll click on the first one.

AARC Membership & Resource Walk Thru (Respiratory Therapist)

This one is called 2017 a guide to aerosol delivery devices. As you can see if you are a member of the AARC this course is free and is approved for six CRCE hours. Once you complete the program and take the quiz you will receive an online downloadable certificate as proof of completion.

If you are a member of the AARC it will automatically be listed in your CRCE section look up. There are also others that are not free but available at a significant discount.

There are credential prep courses available for the adult critical care specialist, the asthma educator, the neonatal pediatric specialists or the RRT. These are all offered at a discount for AARC members. Just scroll through and I’m sure you’ll find something of interest. Whether you are interested in CEU’s or career advancement or just want to learn something new, AARC university is an excellent resource.

Another free resource is live webcasts. There are free live webcasts on current topics that you can use for continuing education credit. All you do is go to the webcast central and preregister for the live events. Then you sign in at the specified date and time to view and possibly interact with the live webcast.

You can view previous webcasts by either clicking the past programs link or checking out the archived webcasts in the AARC university. These are also automatically saved to your CRCE section look up. I’ve mentioned the CRCE section a couple times now so I’m sure you are wondering what it is and where do I find it.

You can find the CRCE look up on the ribbon at the top of the page.You must sign in again as this is a secure area that only the member can access.The AARC will keep track of your continuing education through the CRCE look up. When you go to AARC approved conferences or do courses online you provide your AARC membership number and the AARC will keep track of the CRCE units that you have completed.

You can view your transcript or any of the courses that you’ve taken to use as proof of attendance. This makes keeping track of your CEU’s simple and easy.

The last 2 resource areas are found in the blue ribbon at the top of the page. They are resources and students.The resource tab includes all the resources found on the AARC website. The students tab is a special learning area just for students.

Remember, you can always search the website using the search bar at the top of the page. This concludes our walk through the AARC website. I just have a few closing comments.

Last, I did a little research and came up with some interesting facts. According to the National Board for respiratory care, there are 392,751 credentialed therapists in the United States. Of that 11,022 reside in the state of Ohio. According to Amanda Feil, membership development manager of the AARC, there are 38,750 respiratory therapists who are members of the AARC of which 1,747 are from Ohio. This means that nationally approximately 10% of respiratory therapists belong to the AARC.

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The state of Ohio represents a little better than the national average at 16%. (Feil, 2017) These statistics are amazing to me. I hope that those Respiratory therapists who have viewed this presentation have a new understanding as to the benefits of belonging to and supporting the AARC. Thank You.

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