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AARC Leadership Institute: RFP Webcast Nov 19, 2010 PowerPoint Presentation
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AARC Leadership Institute: RFP Webcast Nov 19, 2010

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  1. AARC Leadership Institute:RFP Webcast Nov 19, 2010

  2. AARC Leadership Institute AARC Board of Directors approved a proposed plan in July of 2008 for the establishment of an ongoing, quality continuing education program for respiratory care practitioners in the areas of education, research and management.

  3. Committee Members • Chairman: • Toni Rodriguez, EdD, RRT • Committee members: • Rob Chatburn, BS, RRT-NPS, FAARC (Research) • Rick Ford, BS, RRT, FAARC (Management) • Linda Van Scoder, EdD, RRT, FAARC (Education) • Consulting members • Tim Myers, RRT, (AARC President) • Tom Kallstrom, RRT (AARC Chief Operating Officer) • Sam Giordano, RRT (AARC Executive Director)

  4. AARC Leadership Institute • Role of the Leadership Institute: • Provide educational resources for respiratory care practitioners ready for the next step in their career through advanced study. • Provide career guidance as well as professional mentorship. • Long term goal of course work being accepted by degree granting institutions.

  5. AARC Leadership Institute • Role of the Leadership Institute: • A distance learning format will be used • Begin with a core of basic knowledge essential to success in any of the specialties of the Institute • Three specialty tracks: education, management and research.

  6. AARC Leadership Institute By sharpening their skills in the areas of education, research and/or management, graduates will obtain a competitive edge over the trends and challenges facing health care practitioners today and in the future.

  7. Proposed Organization Structure

  8. Core Curriculum • There is a core of basic knowledge essential to success in any of the specialties of the Institute. • General knowledge • Critical appreciation of finance • Organizational structure and management • General intellectual capacities • Thinking • Writing • Communicating

  9. Core Curriculum • CCC 101: Introduction to Human Communication • CCC 102: Health Information Management and Informatics • CCC 103: Financial Planning and Budgeting Principles • CCC 104: Small Group Problem Solving and Decision Making • CCC 105: Basic Management Skills

  10. Next Steps: • RFP Development: • Each participant in the Institute must initially complete the Core Curriculum before entering a specialty track. • RFP for development of the 5 Core Modules is underway and is available for review at: http://www.aarc.org/headlines/10/11/leadership_institute/ • 5 modules/7 competencies per module • Target completion date late January 2011

  11. For Additional Information • Submit applications to: • Thomas Kallstrom • AARC • 9425 N MacArthur Blvd • Irving, TX 75063 • kallstrom@aarc.org • Send technical questions to: • Steven Nelson • nelson@aarc.org