Shirley Quach RRT HBSc Tina Yan HBSc RRT CHT Summer has finally arrived! With the new season, we have rebranded as the RTSO Research Interest Group. Although our name has changed, we will continue to provide research focused updates on the RTSO Facebook page and in the research section of
Q: What can I do as an RT to enhance patient safety? A: Healthcare is more complex and diverse than ever before.
Fanshawe College Respiratory Therapy June 8 – June 16, 2019 A group of 13 third year students and three faculty traveled to Antigua, Guatemala for a Medical Mission to four clinics as part of their clinical placement with a focus on Global Citizenship.
Reflecting On Experience Presenting In The Diagnostics Portion Of The 2019 CSRT National Conference Submitted by Mithin Koshy, SRT
Ontario Health Teams The Ontario government is building a connected health care system centered around patients, families and caregivers.
Submitted by Harry Kanathasan, BSc SRT Vaping is a relatively new, emerging trend that has been gaining popularity over the last few years. Although vaping is intended as a smoking cessation product, it seems to be gaining popularity with the wrong demographic.
Submitted by Lucy Bonanno, RRT MA MBA CAE CHE Chief Executive Officer, Geraldton District Hospital It is clear the healthcare sector is changing and fast. Managers are under more stress today than ever before. They are held accountable and must deliver in many facets.
Gino De Pinto BEd BSc (Hons) RRT FCSRT Wendy Foote RRT CRE The SAC group had an opportunity to meet as a group for the first time this past May at the CSRT Conference in Niagara Falls. The group was able to share ideas and prepare for the upcoming academic
Sue Martin RRT MA FCSRT Kelly Hassall RRT FCSRT MEd The Leadership Committee has been working on several initiatives in support of the RT role within Ontario.
Sue Jones RRT FCSRT LSSBB RTSO President One of the RTSO’s most important priorities at this time is to increase our membership to ensure that RTSO has sufficient funding to continue its important work.