ALA offers ‘Better for It’ guide for COVID-19 vaccinations

Many Americans are still deciding if they will get the COVID-19 vaccine. The American Lung Association is proud to partner with The Center for Black Health & Equity to provide a science-based, factual guide called Better for It to help begin a conversation on how to make a well-informed decision about COVID-19 vaccination.

Respiratory therapists and professionals are encouraged to use Better For It as a supplement to your own research on the vaccines and to:

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2019 Lung Force Expo set for Nov. 6

2019 Lung Force Expo set for Nov. 6

Healthcare providers are invited to join the American Lung Association in Omaha at a forum to learn about the latest in treatments, medications, resources and research in lung cancer and other lung diseases to help those living with lung disease lead healthier, active lives.

The event will be held Nov. 6 from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Scott Conference Center, 6450 Pine Street in Omaha. Space is limited.

Topics include Small Cell Lung Cancer, Palliative Care, E-cigarette/Vaping, Sleep Disorders & Lung Diseases, Care & Trends in Cystic Fibrosis, and more.

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NSRC president: Apply for AARC flood relief

A message from NSRC President Lisa Fuchs:

Dear AARC members,

I have applied for flood relief dollars through the AARC. Please accept the AARC’s assistance in helping you rebuild your life. I am proud to be an AARC member and amazed at their generosity in reaching out to support their members.  I am attaching the link for AARC members to apply for the Disaster Relief grant monies. http://www.aarc.org/aarc-activates-disaster-relief-fund-03-19/

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Lung Force Expo 2018 set for Oct. 23

Patients, caregivers and healthcare providers are invited to join the American Lung Association in Omaha at a forum to learn about the latest in treatments, medications, resources and research in lung cancer and other lung diseases to help those living with lung disease lead healthier, active lives.

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