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National Respiratory Foundation Bestows Respiratory Care Literary Awards
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Dallas, TX (December 19, 2012) —The American Respiratory Foundation (ARCF) honored six respiratory therapists with their prestigious Respiratory Care Literary Awards at the largest national meeting of respiratory therapists held each year.
Robert F. Wolken, RRT, from Littleton, CO
The following individuals were recipients:
Jeffrey M. Haynes, RRT, RPFT, resides in Pembroke, NH, was awarded the Dr. Allen DeVilbiss Literary Award. This literary award recognizes the best paper published in the science journal Respiratory Care between November and October. In order to be considered the paper must address new technology or a new application of current technology in respiratory care. DeVilbiss Health Care, Inc., established an endowment to fund the Dr. Allen DeVilbiss Literary Award.
The following five individuals received the IKARIA Literary Award This literary award recognizes the best paper by a first-time author published in the science journal Respiratory Care between November and October. The award is funded by an endowment from IKARIA.
Russell J. Woodruff, RRT, from Littleton, CO
Jan Smith, RN
Richard K. Albert, MD
Ivor S. Douglas, MD
RRT stands for Registered Respiratory Therapist
RPFT stands for Registered Pulmonary Function Technologist
About the American Respiratory Care Foundation
The American Respiratory Care Foundation is non-profit organization, formed for the purpose of supporting research, education and charitable activities. Each year it presents scholarships, fellowships, research and literary awards in support of respiratory care.
Contact: April Lynch