We all have a busy life outside of work, but that’s where RCSW and AARC membership can help. They assist you to be the best respiratory therapist you can be—and can help you build your career—so you can take care of all of the other stuff in your life. When you join the AARC […]
The AARC’s Virtual Lobby Week has been a success! Well over 20,000 emails from respiratory therapists, patients, and caregivers and friends of the profession were sent to all Members of Congress asking for support of HR 2619 theMedicare Respiratory Therapist Access Act. The RCSW had a successful trip to DC. We visited every delegation and […]
The Washington State Department of Health has been revising the continuing education requirements rules that apply to a Respiratory Care Practitioner license. They are presently in the public comment phase. Draft of Continuing Education Rule This initial draft incorporates input received from all participating interested persons and the DOH Program Manager is now soliciting […]
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 email@example.com Applications are due March 7, 2014
The RCSW needs you! Would you like to become involved with the RCSW or do you know someone who would? Would you like to run for an office or volunteer to help out in the RCSW? Or just talk to someone about the requirements of office or obligations? Please feel free to email Fred Goglia for more information.
When you join the AARC and your membership address is in the state of Washington, you automatically become a member of the RCSW. If you aren’t a member, please consider joining … you’ll become part of the only organization in the state of Washington whose primary purpose is serving the concerns of the Respiratory Care […]
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