The SCSRC and MUSC's own Brooke Yeager is featured in an AARC news article on telehealth. Congratulations Brooke!
Read the full article here: Telehealth and the RT
From: AARC Pact [mailto:PACT@MAIL.AARC.ORG] On Behalf Of Cheryl West
Sent: Monday, July 13, 2015 11:54 AM
Subject: Virtual Lobby Reboot Wk. Link HR 2948 and info on tele in general
I wanted to get back to you with the link that will go “live” this Thursday close of business that will re-launch VL Wk. The “week” officially starts this Friday July 17th
THE PRACTITIONER OF THE YEAR AWARDS: These awards recognize respiratory care practitioners who have demonstrated considerable involvement, motivation and value to the profession of respiratory care. This award is designed specifically to recognize an active AARC member in the SCRC who most exemplifies what it means to be a truly dedicated and ideal respiratory care practitioner. This is not a service award recognizing professional/political/committee work. Rather, it recognizes the practitioner who, day in and day out, works to improve patient care in whatever arena he or she may be working. One practitioner will be recognized in each of the following categories: clinical, education, and leadership.
DEPARTMENT OF THE YEAR AWARD: This award recognizes a respiratory care department that has demonstrated considerable involvement, motivation and value to the profession of respiratory care.
TRISH BLAKELY MEMORIAL HIGHER EDUCATION AWARD: This scholarship award is awarded to a qualified applicant in memory of Patricia Blakely, RRT, FAARC to a respiratory therapist pursuing a baccalaureate degree or higher. The award consists of a certificate of recognition, registration for the SCSRC Annual Meeting, and award of up to $500.
SCSRC STUDENT SCIENTIFIC ESSAY SCHOLARSHIP AWARD: This scholarship award is awarded to up to four (4) qualified students enrolled in a South Carolina Respiratory Care Program. The award consists of a certificate of recognition and award of up to $500.
The South Carolina Society for Respiratory Care needs your help! We are seeking volunteers to serve as facility ambassadors from every Respiratory Care department in South Carolina.
SCSRC ambassadors serve as a liaison between the SCSRC and their department and hospital. We believe that staying in touch with local representation develops communication and enhances professional development.
Did you know that the SCSRC offers scholarships, gives awards, offers education and social events, and more? Build your resume, network, and grow your career. To become an SCSRC Facility Ambassador for your department and hospital you can apply using our online volunteer form by clicking here or email us at email@example.com .
For more information, the Ambassador webpage can be found here. We look forward to working with you!
To help you understand RCP licensure in South Carolina, Former SCSRC President Jerry Alewine has provided a list of frequently asked questions and answers to these questions.