4 FAQ on Summer Forum

 Published: July 10, 2019

By: Heather Willden


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Now is the time to start planning your attendance at Summer Forum! With beautiful Snowbird, UT as your backdrop, Summer Forum is your chance to meet respiratory therapy thought leaders and learn best practices of the profession. Check out these FAQ and save your spot today!

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Question 1: I’m an Educator…why should I attend?

Summer Forum is filled with world-class educational sessions.

Plus, to help you keep your programs in full compliance with accreditation standards and to ensure your curricula matches up with credentialing exams, Summer Forum gives you a unique chance to meet one-on-one with CoARC and NBRC.

Question 2: I’m a Manager…why should I attend?

Summer Forum offers managers a unique platform to network with other managers and directors to discuss the challenges they’re facing. Without a doubt, the number one reason managers say they come to Summer Forum is for sharing of best practices. It’s a great opportunity to get solutions to your most pressing problems.

Question 3: I’m a 1st-time attendee. How do I maximize my time at the meeting?

  • Meet one-on-one with CoARC and NBRC.
  • Come in a day early for the Master Class.
  • Peer-to-peer exchange of ideas and solutions. Be sure to bring business cards and take advantage of EVERY opportunity to network.
  • Take plenty of notes! Sessions are filled with world-class education developed specifically for managers and educators to push your career forward.
  • Attend the WELCOME PARTY!
  • Have fun. Enjoy the pool. Take a hike. Zipline and more!!!

Question 4: I’d like to bring my family with me and perhaps even come in a day early or stay late. What is there to do in Snowbird?

Great question! Check out this site for lots of activity ideas!

Email newsroom@aarc.org with questions or comments, we’d love to hear from you.

Heather Willden

Heather Willden is the Director of Governance and Strategic Initiatives for the AARC where she works with state affiliates as the HOD liaison. She also manages DEI efforts and strategic initiatives. Connect with her about these topics by email, AARConnect or LinkedIn. When she's not working, you can find her podcasting with her husband, exploring new hiking trails, photographing, and spending time with her family.

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