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Respiratory Care Program at Union County College

Gerald Schlette, MS, RRT-NPS, RPFT

Academic Specialist/Program Director, Respiratory Care

Plainfield Campus

Phone: (908) 412-3544

Email: gerald.schlette@ucc.edu

 

Mitchell O'Shea, MA, RRT-ACCS, NPS, CPFT, CES

Academic Specialist/Director of Clinical Education

 

Plainfield Campus

Phone: (908) 412-3573

Email: mitchell.oshea@ucc.edu

 

Click here for information about the Respiratory Care, A.A.S. program at Union County College.

 

  

About This Guide

This guide has been created to help you find general information about Union County College's Respiratory Care Program, and to locate related information resources available in the College Libraries and on the World Wide Web. 

If you need further assistance in your research, don't hesitate to contact the Respiratory Care librarian, Elsa Bruguier, MLS, MA: 908-412-3569; bruguier@ucc.edu

What Is Respiratory Care

AARC Mission, Vision, Goals for the Respiratory Care Profession

As stated on the American Association for Respiratory Care web site-- 

  • its Mission, "...continue to be the leading national and international professional association for respiratory care
  • its Vision, "...will encourage and promote professional excellence, advance the science and practice of respiratory care, and serve as an advocate for patients, their families, the public, the profession and the respiratory therapist
  • its Horizon Goals (2019-2020):
  1. AdvocacyRespiratory care provided by respiratory therapists is recognized and supported in all health care settings.
  2. Communications/marketing: AARC consistently delivers the right message, to the right audience, at the right time, through the right channel.
  3. Education/professional development: AARC offers engaging, valuable professional education that advances the professional practice of respiratory therapy and supports advancement of the profession.
  4. Events/Meetings: The AARC is recognized as the #1 provider of engaging, high-quality world-class educational and research conferences that attract respiratory therapists and inter-professional audiences.
  5. Membership: AARC has an engaged, diverse membership comprised of the majority of practicing respiratory therapists.
  6. Revenue and finance: The AARC produces ample revenues from diverse sources, which are managed to the highest standards.

Subject Librarian: Respiratory Care Program

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Elsa Bruguier
Contact:
Elsa Bruguier, M.L.S., M.A.
Union County College Libraries
Plainfield Campus Librarian
232 East Second Street
Plainfield NJ 07060

Email or call to make a research appointment.

bruguier@ucc.edu
908- 412-3569
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