PARI has been pioneering healthcare improvements for over 100 years, and have built a reputation for delivering innovation and quality. Guided by a world-class research lab, PARI developd products that continually advance the science of respiratory care. At PARI we approach the future with the expertise necessary to adapt to a changing healthcare market in an effort to improve the lives of those affected by respiratory diseases.
PARI’s Continuing Education Programs are designed for respiratory therapists, nurses, and case managers who are involved in the management of respiratory patients. There are seven programs in total and a short description of each is listed on the website. Only Program 1 is approved for self-study. Programs 2-7 must be presented to a group of participants by an approved speaker. PARI does not provide a speaker for these programs. The approved speaker must be a licensed RRT. To find out more information on becoming an approved speaker and information on PARI’s current CEU programs please click here.
UPCOMING EVENTSMay 30, 2013
Full Information on the 2013 CSRT Education and Trade Show can be found HERE including conference registration and preliminary conference...Read More
Jun 1, 2013
Visit the Lung Association of Saskatchewan for HERE for full infomation. Conference takes place in Saskatoon, SK Deadline for early...Read More
Sep 14, 2013
2013 SCRT Education Conference September 14th, 2012 Park Town Hotel 924 Spadina Crescent East Saskatoon, SK S7K 3H5 The SCRT has secured...Read More
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The single most common way of transferring health care-associated infections (HAIs) in health care settings is on the hands of healthcare providers. Health care providers move from patient to patient and room to room while providing care and working in the patient environment. Proper hand hygiene is the action of cleaning hands. There are two ways to clean hands. Using an alcohol based hand rub which kills organisms in seconds or, when hands are visibly soiled, using soap and running water. Some jurisdictions in Canada have implemented a process for patients to report healthcare professionals who do not meet proper hand hygiene procedure to improve compliance with proper hand hygiene protocol. Does your facility presently have a proper hand hygiene protocol and would you support patients reporting on healthcare professionals compliance?
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The Canadian Respiratory Health Professionals (CRHP) is the Lung Association's multidisciplinary allied health professional section. The CRHP...Read More
The 2011 Canadian Respiratory Therapy National Competency Profile (NCP) is the culmination of a comprehensive practice review conducted in 2009....Read More