Pulmonary Press News
I just want to introduce myself as the incoming ISRC President. I have worked as the NICU / PICU Clinical Coordinator at St. Vincent-Evansville for 37 years in addition to serving the ISRC as Chapter Director since 2011. I also serve University of Southern Indiana (USI) as adjunct instructor. Privileged to attend the November House of Delegates meeting; I learned how the process of getting a bill through the House of Delegates works.
Celebrate Pulmonary Rehabilitation Week and educate your community about the role of pulmonary rehabilitation in enhancing the quality of life of individuals with lung disease.
Powered by the Spirit to help, many respiratory therapists have formed teams to climb. The Franciscan Health Indianapolis has a climb team called “Air Supply Revived” and climbers are asked to raise a minimum donation for the American Lung Association to meet research goals related to breathing. We climb for those who can’t!
The Fuel would like to offer all Indiana Society for Respiratory Care members, family and friend’s tickets to our special charity night on February 29.
Indiana Society for Respiratory Care Charity Night – February 29, 2020 The Fuel would like to offer all Indiana Society for Respiratory Care members, family and friends tickets to our …
The following summary is a list of recent articles or online publications and releases that involve news about Respiratory Therapy concerns, focus, disease management, prevention and care.
With the New Year here, we look to some of the bigger plans that lie ahead. For the ISRC, your state society, nothing looms larger than the 46th Annual ISRC Fall Conference 2020. It is booked at our prestigious venue and awaiting a few of the ongoing developments to completely disclose all we are working to achieve.