Thompson Rivers University
Thompson Rivers University

Third Year Dual Credential

Fall semester

All fall semester, third-year RESP courses are prerequisites to winter semester RESP courses.

Winter semester


RTCL3040 Neonatal and Pediatrics (8 weeks)Thompson Rivers University

RTCL 3040 Neonatal and Pediatrics (8 weeks)

Credits: 8 credits
Delivery: Campus

This course is designed to assist the student in the development of skills, and comprehensive understanding of Neonatal/Pediatric Respiratory Care. At the completion of this segment, the student will be expected to funtion in the capacity of a Respiratory Therapist.
Prerequisite: Successful completion of the academic portion of the Respiratory Therapy program
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RTCL3110 Respiratory Therapy Clinical (Level 1) (22 weeks)Thompson Rivers University

RTCL 3110 Respiratory Therapy Clinical (Level 1) (22 weeks)

Credits: 19 credits
Delivery: Campus

Level 1 experience is designed to allow the student to gain exposure to all clinical rotations. The student will function under the supervision of a Respiratory Therapist. Successful completion of this segment requires meeting the objectives listed.
Prerequisite: Successful completion of the academic portion of the Respiratory Therapy program
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RTCL3120 Respiratory Therapy Clinical (Level 2) (17 weeks)Thompson Rivers University

RTCL 3120 Respiratory Therapy Clinical (Level 2) (17 weeks)

Credits: 18 credits
Delivery: Campus

Level 2 experience is designed to allow the student increased exposure in all Level 1 areas. The student will be expected to function in the capacity of a Respiratory Therapist at the completion of Level 2. Successful completion of this segment requires meeting the objectives listed.
Prerequisite: Successful completion of the academic portion of the Respiratory Therapy program
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RTCT3040 Respiratory Therapy Clinical Theory (Neonatal and Pediatrics)Thompson Rivers University

RTCT 3040 Respiratory Therapy Clinical Theory (Neonatal and Pediatrics)

Credits: 2 credits
Delivery: Campus

This course consists of a series of academic half-days (over a six- to eight-week period) dedicated to the review and examination of didactic material related to clinical practice in the neonatal and pediatric care setting. Students are provided a comprehensive overview and integration of all program curriculum, including a combination of lectures, case studies and seminars presented by therapists, physicians and other health professionals. The Program Clinical Coordinator is responsible for course continuity. The B.C.C.H. Clinical Site Coordinator is responsible for on-site delivery and organization.
Prerequisite: Successful completion of the academic portion of the Respiratory Therapy program.
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RTCT3110 Respiratory Therapy Clinical Theory (Level 1)Thompson Rivers University

RTCT 3110 Respiratory Therapy Clinical Theory (Level 1)

Credits: 3 credits
Delivery: Campus

This course consists of a series of academic half-days (over a 24-week period) dedicated to the review and examination of didactic material related to clinical practice in the adult care setting. Students are provided a comprehensive overview and integration of all program curriculum, including a combination of lectures, presentations, and seminars presented by students, therapists, physicians, and other health professionals. The Program Coordinator is responsible for course continuity. The Clinical Site Coordinators are responsible for on-site delivery and organization.
Prerequisite: Successful completion of the academic portion of the Respiratory Therapy program
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RTCT3120 Respiratory Therapy Clinical Theory (Level 2) (3,0,0)Thompson Rivers University

RTCT 3120 Respiratory Therapy Clinical Theory (Level 2) (3,0,0)

Credits: 3 credits
Delivery: Campus

This course consists of a series of academic half-days (over an 18-week period) dedicated to the review and examination of didactic material related to clinical practice in the adult care setting. Students are provided a comprehensive overview and integration of all three years of the program, including a combination of lectures, case studies, and seminars presented by therapists, physicians and other health professionals. The clinical coordinator is responsible for course continuity. The site coordinators are responsible for on-site delivery and organization.
Prerequisite: Successful completion of the academic and clinical portions of Level 1
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