Please see the attached brochure for the 40th Annual Pacific Northwest Regional Respiratory Care Conference and Scientific Assembly Register Here
Gary WickmanThe Respiratory Care Society of Washington is very proud to pass on that one of our own, Gary Wickman, has been elected to the AARC board of directors. Head over to our facebook page and pass on your personal congratulations to Gary & good luck
Are you interested in helping the RCSW promote better lung health? Do you like the Puyallup Fair? The RCSW has been provided a health booth at the 2012 Puyallup Fair and we are presently seeking individuals from the Respiratory Care profession to help organize and staff the booth! Our primary goal is to provide information and […]
Join the RCSW in congratulating the recipients of the Respiratory Care Society of Washington Advanced Degree Scholarships for 2012, Toni Larson and Maryna Haydash.
The Robert A. Bonner Award for Outstanding Professional Service award was established by the Respiratory Care Society of Washington to recognize outstanding contribution to the profession and practice of respiratory care in Washington State. Announced at the 2012 annual business meeting held at the 39th State conference in Spokane, this will be an yearly award recognizing Washington State respiratory care practitioners who have made considerable contributions to the RC field. Awardees will be announced during the annual business meetings and a plaque containing all the names of the recipients will be displayed during the conference.
The inaugural recipient is also the individual for whom the award was named: Robert Bonner, Med RRT.
Please join us in congratulating Dave Crotwell and Carl Hinkson. Dave Crotwell, RRTNPS, received the Philips Respironics Fellowship in Noninvasive Ventilation and was inducted as a Fellow of the American Association for Respiratory Care (FAARC). Carl Hinkson, RRT, received the Adult Acute Care Specialty Practitioner of the Year award, the William F. Miller, the MD […]
Scott Mahoney, 2011 President – Sitting down to reflect a bit on the accomplishments of the past year I am reminded of how fortunate I am to have been able to work with all of you, the Respiratory Professionals of Washington State…
Greg Carter, 2012 President – This coming year, it will be a time to reflect on where we have been, where we are now and where we intend to go in the future…
The National Board for Respiratory Care (NBRC) is set to launch the new Adult Critical Care Specialty Exam. This new credential will be meant for respiratory therapists working in the adult critical care setting.
Rob DiBlasi, RRT-NPS FAARC, Clinical Research Coordinator at Seattle Children’s Hospital & Research Institute, is part of a research team that has received a 2.3 million dollar grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates foundation. Rob DiBlasi, RRT-NPS FAARCThe foundation seeks to improve health care delivery in developing countries and global health. Their interest in […]