Coalition for Baccalaureate and Graduate Respiratory Therapy Education

Round Table Discussion Dinner
- New Orleans -

Sunday November 10 7:45 - 10:00 PM

AARC 2019 Congress

Welcome to the CoBGRTE Web Site!

 

The Coalition for Baccalaureate and Graduate Respiratory Therapy Education (CoBGRTE) is organized to help students, faculty members, and the general public learn about baccalaureate and graduate respiratory therapy education in the United States. A roster of baccalaureate and graduate respiratory therapy programs provides contact and basic information on: location, program director, medical director, curriculum design, entering class size, start dates, and provides a link to each program's web site. The CoBGRTE Roster also serves as a communication tool for faculty members developing new baccalaureate and graduate respiratory therapy programs. Students and faculty members are encouraged to visit program web sites and to contact each program directly for additional information.


Mission: to advance respiratory care education.
Vision: to become the global leader for respiratory care education.
Values: excellence, integrity, leadership, advocacy, inclusion, innovation, collaboration, diversity, and dedication to the profession.
Strategic Goals:
  • Transform the profession by advancing quality academic programs, professional knowledge, and faculty resources.
  • Increase the number of graduates from baccalaureate and graduate respiratory care educational programs.
  • Develop a center of academic excellence to provide faculty development and advance the art and science of respiratory care education.
  • Ensure that we have the resources to meet our mission and vision

The Continuing Objectives:
  • Award scholarships to baccalaureate and graduate respiratory care students.
  • Maintain a current roster of baccalaureate and graduate respiratory care programs located in regionally accredited colleges or universities in the United States.
  • Provide a means of communication among respiratory care educators.
  • Assist faculty members that are developing curricula for new baccalaureate and graduate respiratory care programs, conduct research on respiratory care educational programs and the healthcare workforce.
  • Engage in study and planning related to the development of new baccalaureate and graduate respiratory care programs.
  • Assist associate degree respiratory care programs in developing consortium and transfer agreements with colleges offering baccalaureate and graduate degrees.
  • Advocate for development and establishment of the baccalaureate and graduate respiratory care programs.
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