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Australian Respiratory Council

Contact

Name: Judy Begnell

Position: Operations Manager

Email: arc@thearc.org.au

Address

L6 431 Glebe Point Rd

Glebe

Sydney 2037

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Our Mission / Objective

The Australian Respiratory Council (ARC) has a distinguished history as an advocate and champion for public health initiatives. Throughout the last century, ARC has established a role and profile as an organisation that has successfully engaged civil society, academics, researchers, government and industry to bring focus to investment in our agency’s mission and vision; to develop and support innovative and effective approaches to research and development in lung health and to improve lung health in communities, with an emphasis on disadvantaged groups.



In partnership with leading local and global agencies, ARC has been able to contribute to health care worker training and development, program capacity building, implementation of community based approaches to improving lung health and support for communities in need both within Australia and across the region. Through the development of partnerships and by initiating or adding value to programs and projects that contribute to respiratory health, a small agency can make a difference.



ARC continues to provide seed funding for leading researchers to initiate new projects directed towards improving health care for tuberculosis and other respiratory diseases. Research is vital in discovering new approaches to early diagnosis of disease, developing new drugs and evaluating new programs for effective disease management.



ARC continues to develop projects in partnership with aligned organisations to improve respiratory health in disadvantaged communities, such as Indigenous Australians. The ARC is also committed to working in collaboration with health care workers in the Pacific Islands and with our Asia Pacific neighbours to assist in developing programs for the diagnosis and management of tuberculosis (TB) and other respiratory diseases.


Projects in Progress

Funds annual grants of $50,000 for research in respiratory diseases and a 4-year postdoctoral fellowship, to undertake significant research in respiratory diseases.



ARC maintains partnerships in Australia and the Pacific to deliver high quality programs in lung health with a focus on control and prevention of TB. We develop educational resources and tools which are culturally appropriate for use at community level. These include posters, pamphlets, a video drama and a training package for TB nurses and associated health workers.



ARC maintains a partnership with NSW AH&MRC and AHCWA, two Aboriginal organisations determined to reduce smoking rates in their communities.


Our People

Registration Information

ABN

11 883 368 767

Tax Deductible

Yes

How to help us

General Donations

HOW CAN I HELP?



YOU CAN HELP THE AUSTRALIAN RESPIRATORY COUNCIL TO HELP OTHERS:



As a not-for-profit organisation, the Australian Respiratory Council (ARC) has relied on the generous support of the community for nearly 100 years. We receive no government funding to support the work we do and our fundraising activities enable us to continue to fund research grants and project work.



There are many ways to get involved in ARC's activities.































You can:   Make a donation
    Become a member
    Partner with ARC
    Volunteer and
   

Work with ARC



http://www.thearc.org.au/get-involved/donate

 



Other support

JOIN



By becoming a member of ARC you can actively participate in shaping the future direction of our organisation.



BENEFITS



As a member you:




  • Receive 15% discount on the cost of resources

  • Receive and contribute to newsletters

  • Be involved in online forums

  • Attend and contribute to educational seminars

  • Contribute to ARC’s future directions

  • Provide input and feedback on policies by nominating to be a member of a committee

  • Vote in the Annual General Meeting Board Elections

  • Give active support to major activities and campaigns

  • Receive ARC Christmas Seals



APPLICATIONS



All memberships are subject to approval by the Board of Directors.

The membership period is July to June of the relevant year.

The membership fee is $50.

If your application is successful, you will be sent a letter confirming your membership.



To become a Member, download, print and complete the membership application form:




Work with us

Volunteer with us

GET INVOLVED



ARC relies on the passion, vision, and hard work of our volunteers to help us achieve our mission:- to improve lung health. 



Our Board and Committee members volunteer their time and skills. Professionals volunteer to assist in project activities. 



We need people with a variety of skills and experiences to fill a wide range of volunteer jobs. You're sure to find one that is right for you! 



By donating your time to ARC:




  • You may help carry out tasks such as administration, and help with ‘legwork’ which allows ARC staff to concentrate on their areas of training and expertise.

  • You can add to the pool of people available to assist in the running of various programs, which means more people can be helped.

  • You can help increase public awareness of ARC, its services and its needs.

  • You can help ensure a more cost effective service, making best use of funds available, or help in raising more funds.



To find out more about volunteering, contact ARC on 02 9223 3144 or email arc@thearc.org.au 



http://www.thearc.org.au/get-involved/voulnteer


Our Annual Reports

Our Mission / Objective

The Australian Respiratory Council (ARC) has a distinguished history as an advocate and champion for public health initiatives. Throughout the last century, ARC has established a role and profile as an organisation that has successfully engaged civil society, academics, researchers, government and industry to bring focus to investment in our agency’s mission and vision; to develop and support innovative and effective approaches to research and development in lung health and to improve lung health in communities, with an emphasis on disadvantaged groups.



In partnership with leading local and global agencies, ARC has been able to contribute to health care worker training and development, program capacity building, implementation of community based approaches to improving lung health and support for communities in need both within Australia and across the region. Through the development of partnerships and by initiating or adding value to programs and projects that contribute to respiratory health, a small agency can make a difference.



ARC continues to provide seed funding for leading researchers to initiate new projects directed towards improving health care for tuberculosis and other respiratory diseases. Research is vital in discovering new approaches to early diagnosis of disease, developing new drugs and evaluating new programs for effective disease management.



ARC continues to develop projects in partnership with aligned organisations to improve respiratory health in disadvantaged communities, such as Indigenous Australians. The ARC is also committed to working in collaboration with health care workers in the Pacific Islands and with our Asia Pacific neighbours to assist in developing programs for the diagnosis and management of tuberculosis (TB) and other respiratory diseases.


Projects in Progress

Funds annual grants of $50,000 for research in respiratory diseases and a 4-year postdoctoral fellowship, to undertake significant research in respiratory diseases.



ARC maintains partnerships in Australia and the Pacific to deliver high quality programs in lung health with a focus on control and prevention of TB. We develop educational resources and tools which are culturally appropriate for use at community level. These include posters, pamphlets, a video drama and a training package for TB nurses and associated health workers.



ARC maintains a partnership with NSW AH&MRC and AHCWA, two Aboriginal organisations determined to reduce smoking rates in their communities.


Our People

Registration Information

ABN

11 883 368 767

Tax Deductible

Yes

How to Help us

General Donations

HOW CAN I HELP?



YOU CAN HELP THE AUSTRALIAN RESPIRATORY COUNCIL TO HELP OTHERS:



As a not-for-profit organisation, the Australian Respiratory Council (ARC) has relied on the generous support of the community for nearly 100 years. We receive no government funding to support the work we do and our fundraising activities enable us to continue to fund research grants and project work.



There are many ways to get involved in ARC's activities.































You can:   Make a donation
    Become a member
    Partner with ARC
    Volunteer and
   

Work with ARC



http://www.thearc.org.au/get-involved/donate

 



Other support

JOIN



By becoming a member of ARC you can actively participate in shaping the future direction of our organisation.



BENEFITS



As a member you:




  • Receive 15% discount on the cost of resources

  • Receive and contribute to newsletters

  • Be involved in online forums

  • Attend and contribute to educational seminars

  • Contribute to ARC’s future directions

  • Provide input and feedback on policies by nominating to be a member of a committee

  • Vote in the Annual General Meeting Board Elections

  • Give active support to major activities and campaigns

  • Receive ARC Christmas Seals



APPLICATIONS



All memberships are subject to approval by the Board of Directors.

The membership period is July to June of the relevant year.

The membership fee is $50.

If your application is successful, you will be sent a letter confirming your membership.



To become a Member, download, print and complete the membership application form:




Work with us

Volunteer with us

GET INVOLVED



ARC relies on the passion, vision, and hard work of our volunteers to help us achieve our mission:- to improve lung health. 



Our Board and Committee members volunteer their time and skills. Professionals volunteer to assist in project activities. 



We need people with a variety of skills and experiences to fill a wide range of volunteer jobs. You're sure to find one that is right for you! 



By donating your time to ARC:




  • You may help carry out tasks such as administration, and help with ‘legwork’ which allows ARC staff to concentrate on their areas of training and expertise.

  • You can add to the pool of people available to assist in the running of various programs, which means more people can be helped.

  • You can help increase public awareness of ARC, its services and its needs.

  • You can help ensure a more cost effective service, making best use of funds available, or help in raising more funds.



To find out more about volunteering, contact ARC on 02 9223 3144 or email arc@thearc.org.au 



http://www.thearc.org.au/get-involved/voulnteer


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