Respiratory Therapy


Asthma Education at the Cutting Edge - Wheeze, Crackle and Flow

Friday, October 10, 2014, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Armstrong State University, Armstrong Center, 10340 Abercorn Street., Savannah, GA  31419

Dynamic seminar with nine speakers on multiple asthma topics.


(Applied to AARC for Respiratory Therapists for 9.0 CEs.  Applied to Georgia Nurses Association for 9.0 CEs.)


Amelia Andrews, class of 2015, 2014 American Respiratory Care Foundation's Morton Duggan Award winner!

2014 American Association for Respiratory Care Annual Meeting

Las Vegas, Nevada
December 9-12, 2014

Respiratory Therapy Community Service Requirement - (one way to fulfill this requirement)

3 credit hours
HSCP 3750-02/CRN 21670/Spring 2014

This is an applied learning course, with 6 Sunday afternoon classroom meetings (2 – 4 pm), 5 weeks of on-line learning, and 9 weeks of experiencing patient activities for 3 hours/ week with some follow-up telephone or internet work.  Students will each be assigned a community clinical program or project and professional preceptor.  By the end of this course, students will experience helping real patients overcome some of their social determinants to reach individual health goals, as well as interact with different health professions in interprofessional teams.

To participate in this course, students must:
a) attend a mandatory orientation, Sunday, January 12 from 2 to 5 pm (as well as five other Sundays, 2- 4 pm)
b) participate with clinical patient activities for three hours / week and follow-up telephone contact  or internet research as needed throughout the week
c) communicate with  interprofessional student team with self-scheduled meetings.  

Admission into this program is limited.
To enroll you must contact Professor Janet Buelow through email (  In your email include your request, name and identification number (907….), health profession major, expected graduation date, telephone number and shirt size (for polo shirts).