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Concurrent Therapy

Concurrent therapy in respiratory care Concurrent therapy. The term concurrent therapy, sometimes called “stacking”, is the practice of treating more than one patient at the same time. Concurrent therapy is widely practiced by Respiratory Therapists and condoned if not required … Continue reading

Job Burnout in Healthcare

Job burnout in healthcare Job burnout is a fact of life in many professions; job burnout in healthcare is especially true in the healthcare field where we are working with patients. Nurses and Respiratory Therapists are hit hard by job … Continue reading

RT Continuing Education

RT Continuing Education In the 1940s in Chicago, Illinois, a group of oxygen-tank technicians began meeting with doctors concerned with lung disease. This group named itself the Inhalational Therapy Association (“ITA”) in 1946. They gradually put together a series of … Continue reading