Over the last year, I have been able to work with a great group of Respiratory Therapists. I have learned a great deal from the NSRC board and committee members, NSRC members and AARC leaders. I hope that my knowledge, experiences and leadership that I shared over the last year were valuable in helping our society move forward together in 2019-2020.
I am grateful for the opportunity to have worked with the board and committee members on a few initiatives. Our work consisted of aligning with our mission and values for short and long term goals. We also focused on increasing our membership, being more interactive on social media, and being able to offer a wider variety of educational opportunities, especially to have been offered at our annual state conference. However, the cancellation of the NSRC Conference in April due to the COVID-19 pandemic was disappointing. I am confident that we will offer an exciting conference next year addressing topics of interest.
Lil O'Neill, NSRC president, has announced the 2020 NSRC election results. The newly elected NSRC board members will begin their terms starting on June 1, 2020.
- President-elect: Heather Nichols
- Vice-President-elect: Leslie Fleming
- Secretary: Melissa Gulizia
- NSRC Delegate A: Lisa Fuchs
- Lincoln Area Director: Kris Lewis
The ballot for 2020 NSRC elections is now available for your vote.
Please vote by using the following link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/W26YBL2
The January 2020 newsletter is here! Please check it out to learn more about:
Keynote speaker for the NSRC 2020 state conference.
Voting for board members.
And much more!
The NSRC wants to encourage respiratory therapists from across Nebraska to get involved and join the American Association for Respiratory Care (AARC). What does the AARC membership do for you? It will help you become a better respiratory therapist, says Lil O'Neill, NSRC president.
Respiratory therapists who join as a new member in January will be entered into the drawing for a $100.00 Amazon gift card. The NSRC's goal is to increase membership by 10 percent, O'Neill said.