In light of the ongoing pandemic, the NSRC is moving its annual spring conference for 2021 to fall this year. It will be an in-person conference, with the option to attend virtually.
"This decision was based on the feedback we received from a poll on Facebook," said Jill Sands, NSRC President. "We appreciate everyone’s input."
NSRC members should Save the Dates for the upcoming NSRC State Conference. The event is planned for April 22-24 at the newly renovated Holiday Inn in Kearney.
Garry W. Kauffman, RRT, FAARC, MPA, FACHL will be the keynote speaker. Garry owns and operates his own consulting firm, Kauffman Consulting LLC, helping respiratory therapy leaders improve their services and health systems.
Here are photos from the cornhole tournament and other events at the NSRC 2019 State Conference. Enjoy!
Those who attended the 2019 NSRC Great Plains Respiratory Care Conference can print their CEU certificates after they complete the conference evaluations, according to President Lisa Fuchs.
The link to the evaluations was sent on May 20 to those who registered online and signed in at the conference. Please complete the evaluation and then print the CEU certificate prior to closing the browser.
A final pre-conference message from NSRC President Lisa Fuchs:
Hello, and hope you all are excited for this week as we come together to celebrate the NSRC’s 40th annual State Respiratory Conference. We have branded this conference as our “Reinspire” conference, as it was our vision a year ago to offer a conference that would provide the opportunity to leave you reinspired. We searched for a venue that would allow you to fully escape from your busy schedule and relax for a day or perhaps longer – we found it. We searched for inspiring presentations, from some of the top speakers in their fields to help reignite your passion – we found them. And we worked to create a fun and engaging atmosphere where you can reconnect with fellow therapists – we hope to offer that.
As we look back over 40 years, our field has changed tremendously. You all have been a part of that history and should be proud to call yourselves respiratory therapists. It is because of dedicated, passionate, and caring professionals like you who save the lives of many, there’s no magic about it!