Journal Conference Sponsorship Opportunities

Sponsorship Opportunities

For the last 35 years the Respiratory Care Journal has presented Journal Conferences with the most important, timely, and proven information affecting the practice of respiratory everywhere. The proceedings appear in special issues of the Journal both, in print and online. Our tracking of the proceedings manifest they are the most often read and downloaded articles by respiratory therapists, physicians, investigators, and others.

The Conferences, we are proud to say, are presented under the auspices of the American Respiratory Care Foundation. As the Foundation and the Journal prepare to present the 59th Journal Conference on COPD: Current Evidence and Implication for Practice, we would like to ask you if you have any suggestions or personal contacts that would be interested the unique opportunity to participate as an Official Conference Sponsor. Sponsors are not only recognized in the Journal when the proceedings are published, but they may send one or more representatives to the Conference to observe and even participate in the discussions, depending on the level of support.

The Sponsor level is set at $18,000. Conference Sponsors will be invited to send three observers and nominate an individual who is qualified in the areas of COPD and Asthma to be a discussant, thus allowing this individual, if approved by Conference Co-chairs, to actively participate in the discussions which follow each presentation.

Companies that participate at the Donor level, which is $12,000, will be invited to send two observers who will see all presentations firsthand and witness discussions that follow. While observers may not participate in discussions during the Conference, we encourage all observers to engage with our faculty during breaks as well as a special reception we have organized on the first evening of the Conference. This will afford both Sponsors and Donors an opportunity to learn more from the experts and take back a tremendous amount of information that past Sponsors and Donors have felt useful as they develop new products and market the current product line.

Please contact Crystal Leighton at (972) 243-2272 or send us a message on the Contact Us page with any questions or to become a sponsor.

Respiratory Care Journal Conferences Since 1982Date
Monitoring Respiratory Function in Adult Acute CareJune 2019
Noninvasive Respiratory Support in AdultsJune 2018
Respiratory Medications for COPD and Adult Asthma: Pharmacologic Actions to Clinical ApplicationsJune 2017
Respiratory Care Controversies IIIJune 2016
Aerosol Drug Delivery in Respiratory CareJune 2015
Adult Artificial Airways and Airway AdjunctsJune 2014
Adult Mechanical Ventilation in Acute Care: Issues and ControversiesJune 2013
OxygenJanuary 2013
The Chronically Critically Ill PatientJune 2012
Pulmonary Function TestingJanuary 2012
Neonatal/Pediatric Respiratory CareAugust–September 2011
Patient-Ventilator InteractionJanuary–February 2011
Sleep Disorders: Diagnosis and TreatmentSeptember–October 2010
Controversies in Respiratory Care IIJanuary–February 2010
Respiratory Care and Cystic FibrosisMay–June 2009
Non-Invasive Ventilation in Acute Care: Controversies and Emergency ConceptsJanuary–February 2009
Meeting the Challenges of AsthmaMay–June 2008
Mechanical Ventilation in Mass Casualty ScenariosJanuary–February 2008
Airway Clearance: Physiology, Pharmacology, Techniques, and PracticeSeptember–October 2007
Respiratory Controversies in the Critical Care SettingApril–May 2007
Neuromuscular Disease in Respiratory and Critical Care MedicineAugust–September 2006
Metered Dose Inhalers (MDIs) and Dry Powder Inhalers (DPIs) in Aerosol TherapySeptember–October 2005
Ventilator-Associated PneumoniaJune–July 2005
Applied Respiratory Physiology: Use of Ventilator Waveforms and Mechanics in the Management of Critically Ill PatientsJanuary–February 2005
Computers in Respiratory CareApril–May 2004
COPD: Translating New Understanding into Improved Patient Care December 2003–January 2004
Current Trends in Neonatal and Pediatric Respiratory CareMarch–April 2003
Invasive Mechanical Ventilation in Adults: Implementation, Management, and Follow-upMarch–April 2002
Evidence–Based Medicine in Respiratory CareNovember–December 2001
Tracheal Gas Insufflation (TGI): Current Status and Future ProspectsFebruary 2001
Palliative Respiratory CareNovember–December 2000
Consensus Conference V: Aerosols and Delivery DevicesJune 2000
Long-Term Oxygen TherapyJanuary–February 2000
Artificial AirwaysJune–July 1999
Inhaled Nitric OxideFebruary–March 1999
Sleep-Disordered BreathingApril–May 1998
Consensus Conference IV: Noninvasive Positive-Pressure VentilationApril 1997
Emerging Health Care Delivery Models and Respiratory CareJanuary 1997
Mechanical Ventilation: Ventilatory Techniques, Pharmacology and Patients Management StrategiesApril–May 1996
Resuscitation in Acute Care HospitalsApril–May 1995
Consensus Conference III: Assessing Innovation on Mechanical Ventilatory SupportSeptember 1995
Controversies in Home Respiratory CareApril–May 1994
Oxygenation in the Critically Ill PatientJune–July 1993
Emergency Respiratory CareJune–July 1992
Consensus Conference II: The Essentials of Mechanical VentilatorsSeptember 1992
Respiratory Care of Infants and ChildrenJune–July 1991
Consensus Conference I: Aerosol DeliverySeptember 1991
Noninvasive Monitoring in Respiratory CareJune–July 1990
Pulmonary Function TestingJune–July 1989
PEEPJune–July 1988
Mechanical VentilationJune–July 1987
Neonatal Respiratory CareJune–July 1986
Monitoring of Critically Ill PatientsJune–July 1985
Perioperative Respiratory CareMay–June 1984
The Management of Acute Respiratory FailureMay 1983
Complications of Respiratory TherapyApril 1982