Let Us Share Your Voice with Our Audience!
First things first, we’re beyond thrilled you’re here on this page and one step closer to sharing your expertise with the Respiratory Cram audience (otherwise known as the Crammers)!
By writing for Respiratory Cram, you not only get to share your wisdom, but you’ll also play a big part in helping us turn this site into a destination for respiratory therapy students and current respiratory therapists to get the information + inspiration they need to be successful!
We’re hell-bent on creating a solid relationship with our guest contributors and creating the best content possible which is why our editorial team will work with you to polish your writing and sharpen your message.
We work with writers across the globe of every color, creed, orientation, tradition, and background and we can’t wait to see what you have to share with our audience.
Respiratory therapy is our beat.
We cover all topics related to respiratory therapy including: patient assessment, mechanical ventilation, airway management, ECG interpretation, pulmonary function testing, pharmacology, laboratory analysis, respiratory anatomy and physiology.
In case that’s not enough, we also cover exam prep for the NBRC RRT TMC and clinical simulation exams.
Keep In Mind:
- Write about what you know: Weather you are a program director, clinical coordinator, or hands on laboratory assistant, we want to hear what you have to say about your area or expertise!
- Be original: Posts must be unique to Respiratory Cram. Posts must not have been published elsewhere online (including your personal blog) or slated for distribution on other sites.
- Source all claims: If you mention a statistic or a study in your piece, include a link to that source. Use links to peer-reviewed scientific papers, academic journals, and/or credible news outlets. Put relevant links in brackets: [https://respiratorycram.com]
To get started, shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and tell us a bit about yourself and what you’d like to write about and we’ll take it from there.