Annual Fall Conference

45th Annual Fall Seminar – Vendor Registration

Dear Exhibitor, The Indiana Society for Respiratory Care Program Committee is pleased to invite you to our 2019 Respiratory Care Seminar. The seminar is in Plainfield, Indiana at the Embassy Suites Conference Center. The facility opened this year in January 2019. This year we expect about 300 participants from Indiana and the surrounding states.

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45th Annual Fall Seminar – RT Student Registration

The Indiana Society for Respiratory Care is pleased to offer a group discount to your students for the annual fall conference. This year’s seminar theme is “Respiratory Therapists: The Building Blocks of Healthcare.” The seminar will be held at the Embassy Suites in Plainfield, Indiana October 10 and 11. The cost for a full registration (two days) advanced school registration is $60 and lunch is provided.

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45th Annual Fall Seminar

The Indiana Society for Respiratory Care is pleased to invite you to our 45th Annual Conference. The conference will bring together a community of respiratory therapists and fellow healthcare practitioners for an exciting variety of topics, networking, and learning opportunities. This year’s meeting will be in Plainfield, Indiana at the Embassy Suites by Hilton Plainfield Indianapolis Airport

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Current Happenings

ISRC Meeting Dates
Student Scholarships Announced
July Pulmonary Press

We Need YOU!

August 12, 2019

The ISRC is a group of volunteer professionals; one of the more rewarding experiences is to serve in a capacity that allows you to grow and to serve our community of RT’s in a less hectic manner that President, Treasurer, Secretary, or other senior ranking officer

The ISRC “Un-Earths” the Embassy Suites

August 8, 2019

A spacious and luxurious venue, it is brand new and awaits us for the next two program years so why not choose now, to make it a date and be there for it all.

The Impact of Respiratory Therapy staffing ECMO Services

August 7, 2019

With modern healthcare strategic and financial challenges, the discipline of Respiratory Therapy is constantly under scrutiny and challenged to be more productive and revenue-generating while reducing expenses. The hospitals who benefit most from respiratory care services are those who permit RT to work at the “top of their license”, working truly as physician extenders and advance practitioners.

Remembering a fallen Caregiver

August 6, 2019

Amy Renae (Koch) Kirsch, 43, of Evansville, Indiana tragically passed away Thursday, June 20, 2019 in Pagosa Springs, CO as the result of an accident while on vacation.