Respiratory Therapists of the Year were honored by outgoing NSRC President Sheri Trindle. Winners were, from left: Melissa Gulizia, Adam O'Brien and Lisa Fuchs.
Respiratory Therapists of the Year and scholarship winners were announced at the NSRC's annual conference in April.
Therapists of the Year were:
- Lisa Fuchs MHA, RRT, CHWS, Omaha region.
- Melissa Gulizia BS, RRT, Lincoln region.
- Adam O'Brien, outstate Nebraska.
It is time again to nominate an outstanding respiratory colleague for The 2018 NSRC Therapist of the Year Awards. Deadline for nominations is April 6.
The NSRC is looking for nominations from three regions in Nebraska: Omaha, Lincoln, and Out State Nebraska. Members may nominate more than one individual.
All nominees and winners will be recognized at this year’s state conference, set for April 26-27 at The Graduate Conference Center in Lincoln.
In preparation for the 2017 NSRC State Conference, nominations are now open for the 2017 NSRC Therapist of the Year Awards.
A top therapist will be chosen from each of the three NSRC designated regions in Nebraska: Omaha, Lincoln, and Outstate Nebraska. Therapists practice in rural and urban areas, from home care to acute care; we are looking for your nomination for an outstanding therapist from all of these regions.
Nominations are being accepted online: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/NSRCNOM. Deadline is March 3.
It is time to nominate an outstanding respiratory colleague for the 2016 NSRC Therapist of the Year Award.
The NSRC has a designation of three regions in Nebraska: Omaha, Lincoln, and Out State Nebraska. Since therapists practice in rural and urban areas, from homecare to acute care, we are looking for your nomination of outstanding therapists from all of these regions for the 2016 Therapist of the Year. All nominees will be recognized at the state convention, and the Therapist of the Year recipients will be selected by NSRC membership popular vote.
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