“Wonder Woman” Leslie Yancy-Meadows, RRT presented to the ISRC attendees about the heroic actions of many RT practitioners and how sometimes “The Hero needs a Hero”.
Jeff Hunsucker is teaming up with students from IRTEC including Kelana Wood and some other helpers, hoping for a Trivia Night “beat-down”.
The ISRC Program Committee, chapter directors and some board members taking a break in the lounge of Embassy Suites, the night before Day 1 of the 45th ISRC Conference.
Members of the ISRC Board of Direc-tors, Officers and Program committee members pose with a keynote speaker Bob Kacmarek, PhD, RRT, FAARC , before he departs Indy.
Student members from the IRTEC program form the winning team for Trivia Night contest skills and pose in the winners circle. Their team name was hilarious, (but escapes me).
Eric Little is the student who receives the Tom Konkle Scholarship for 2019 and it is awarded by Janet Sievers. Eric wrote about the RT role with Guillain Barre Syndrome. Three annual scholarships were awarded at this conference.
Andy Bleyle, RRT, was one speaker, presenting on behalf of Indiana Donor Network. Her guidance empowered the attendees to help many of the awaiting recipients.
Pictured here is Atul Chugh, MD who is just one of 5 physician presenters joined by David Hormuth, MD, JoAnn Matory, MD, Marc Rovner, MD, and Timothy Pohlman, MD.
So we know it is hard to get good help, but Embassy Suites kept us going through busy times even when resorting to a “skeleton” crew at the bar.
Another bright student team forms and they begin to put a competitive strategy together for Trivia Night. There may have been appetizers and beverages involved to support their efforts.
Russell Webb, RRT, Logan Mynatt, RRT, and a host of others here, collaborate to dominate at the Trivia Night games.
These are just some of the multitude of Silent Auction gifts used to enhance the Scholarship funds. These are Fall Wine baskets and a craft Beer basket that were ones among many of the other cool offerings donated to raise funds for Student Scholarships and Educational activities within the ISRC.
Leslie Yancy-Meadows, RRT, AE-C is a clinical specialist for AMBU. With her super-hero cape, she help RT’s understand how to deal with stress.
Trivia Night team mates developing a “tasting” strategy; Joe Summitt, Beth Summitt, Janet Sievers, Vicky Strock, Leslie Yancy-Meadows and others having fun trying to beat the student teams.