Emerging Practice

Emerging Practice

Dear colleagues,

I am pleased to introduce this e-publication, a compilation of CJRT articles that have addressed the issue of emerging practice in respiratory therapy.

We invite respiratory therapists as well as our interprofessional colleagues to submit papers on this topic that can be added to this collection. Our profession relies on the development, distribution, and clinical utilization of scientific knowledge by our colleagues so that we can take ownership and build our specialized body of knowledge.

Justin Sorge, RRT, MPH
Editor-in-Chief, CJRT

Article title Article author(s) Issue Link
Towards an enhanced conceptualization of fidelity for instructional design in simulation-based respiratory therapy education Andrew J. West EdD, MAppSc(Resp), FCSRT, Beaumie Kim PhD , Gale Parchoma PhD Fall 2017

Vol 53 # 4

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Simulation Specialists: setting the stage for a new role for Respiratory Therapists in education? Jessica Bernard BSc. (Hons), RRT Fall 2017

Vol 53 # 4

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Simulation—an invaluable tool in the respiratory therapist’s tool kit Kevin Middleton RRT, BSc, MEd Fall 2017

Vol 53 # 4

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Pulmonary rehabilitation after lung transplantation with severe complications: A case report Guo-Qiang Jing, Jie Li MS RRT NPS ACCS, Bing Sun MD, Huiwen Chu, Haichao Li, Xue Wang, Xiao Tang MD Spring 2017 Vol 53 # 3 Full Text (HTML)

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Putting the “RT” in redevelopment Alean A. Jackman RRT-AA, MHS Spring 2017 Vol 53 # 2 Full Text (HTML)

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Registered respiratory therapists as force multipliers in interprofessional complex continuing care Wrae Hill BSc MSc FCSRT, Cory Bendall RRT BHSc MPH(c) Summer 2015 Vol 51 # 3 https://bit.ly/2IeI5nk

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A needs assessment to determine the need for respiratory therapy in complex continuing care: A methods paper Jason W Nickerson RRT FCSRT PhD Summer 2015 Vol 51 #3 https://bit.ly/2IeI5nk

Pages 55-59 in PDF

Innovation in respiratory therapy and the use of three-dimensional printing for tracheostomy management Andrew J West MAPPSc RRT FCSRT, Karen Taylor RRT, Daniel W Rickey PhD MCCPM Summer 2015 Vol 51 #3 https://bit.ly/2IeI5nk

Pages 69-71