Join the RCSW in congratulating the recipients of the Respiratory Care Society of Washington Student Scholarships for 2015: Michelle Weiss, Amanda Carlson, Carnessa Elem, Josh Dolan, Jennifer Armstrong, Angelo Bonelli, Hal Ungerleider, Dan Nuygen, Kelsi Burkhart, Ngan Nguyen, Gary Wickman, Michele Pedicone, and Pawlos Okubagzi.
National Volunteer Week is about inspiring, recognizing and encouraging people to seek out imaginative ways to engage in their communities. The RCSW would like to take this opportunity to thank all those members who volunteer to help us in various capacities every year and to encourage others to join in. If you are interested in expanding your involvement […]
The Rainier Chapter of the RCSW invites you to a Free CEU/social Event On Thursday, February 26th 6-9pm at Narrows Brewing Company. Topic: Hi-Flow Nasal Applications Presenter: Amanda Spencer, Fisher&Paykel Healthcare Light appetizers provided, no-host bar micro brew and wine available. Questions?? Email Karen LaRoche firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
The Respiratory Care Society of Washington
with support from Dräger
Eastern Chapter Meeting
Wednesday, February 11, 2015, 0900 – 1200 pm
Providence Holy Family Hospital
Room: HEC 4/5
The Respiratory Care Society of Washington will be awarding student scholarships this year to Washington State Respiratory Care Practitioners who are currently enrolled in Bachelors, Masters or Doctoral Programs. To receive an application please, contact:Bob Bonner, RCSW Scholarship Committee firstname.lastname@example.org Applications are due March 7, 2014
I just returned from the State Board of Community and Technical Colleges meeting where they voted unanimously to approve the Bachelors of Applied Science degree in Allied Health at Seattle Central Community College. The degree will initially house four tracks; Respiratory Care, Dental Hygiene (starting next year) Community Health and Education and Health Services Management (Starting in the near future). The Respiratory Care program at Seattle Central is in the process of transitioning to this degree and will accept the first cohort to enter the degree in Fall 2014. This degree approval brings the existing RCP program up to the baccalaureate level as well as opens up opportunities for credentialed working professionals to complete a baccalaureate degree.
NIOSH-Approved Spirometry training courses offered at the University of Washington (UW) incorporate the most recent American Thoracic Society and European Respiratory Society (ATS/ERS) spirometry requirements and testing procedures. For Complete information please clink on the link: https://osha.washington.edu/coursedetail.cfm?courseid=3132
Please see the attached brochure for the 40th Annual Pacific Northwest Regional Respiratory Care Conference and Scientific Assembly Register Here