Welcome to the CSRC Website!
Members register as a user to access the members only section of the site. Membership will be need to be validated before access is granted!!
CSRC Membership and BOD Films are HERE!!!!!
Below are links that will take you to our brand new video tools that can be viewed, and used, whenever you need to jump start membership in your department or just want to feel great about being a Colorado RT!!!
Thanks again to everyone that participated in the making of these wonderful videos! Special thanks goes out to PIMA, Pickens, and Concord for all of your support! We couldn’t have done this without you!!
Directed and produced by Cranedance Communications http://www.cranedancetv.com
CSRC Membership Drive – It’s up to you!!!
It’s that time of year again for our CSRC’s Membership Drive. Find out the benefits and how you can help protect YOUR LICENCE. Membership is more important then ever. Your society and profession needs YOUR help!!!
Looking for those awesome CSRC membership posters to decorate your department with? They are finally available right HERE on the CSRC website!!!
Become a CSRC member right HERE
Discount AARC/CSRC Memberships!! We spend the money so you don’t have to!!
The CSRC offers discounted regular memberships for new and renewing members — Just $75. Specialty section memberships can also be renewed with this simple new process. Don’t delay, process yours today!!
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The Colorado Society for Respiratory Care greatly appreciates all the support from the business community. Without this support our Society would not be able to provide to the Respiratory Professionals educational and informational opportunities like the State Convention and Chapter Symposiums. Their support of our Society also allows us to advocate for our profession and extend our expertise to the community.
In the News
Larry Webber will be missed!!
One of our most veteran RT’s passed away Sunday June 23rd. His name was Larry Weber and he was known by many in our small respiratory community having worked at most of the major hospitals in the Denver metro area over a nearly 40 year career. Nicknamed “Dr. Vapor” by his colleagues while working at (then) Denver General Hospital, Larry was the hardest working respiratory therapist I have ever had to honor of working with. Coincidentally, I was his instructor while Larry attended the (then) Community College of Denver. I have graduated several hundred RT students over my many years in this profession…but was proudest of Larry. He always put his patients first, never complained about the workload, loved the pulmonologists in training he worked with, and truly loved his profession. His passing and that of a few other RT brethren probably indicate the passing of the torch to the next generation of RT’s working in Departments everywhere in Denver. My challenge to you is to not let Larry down. Try to maintain his pursuit of bedside excellence. If you don’t….you might just have Dr. V tapping your on the shoulder to remind you that if you follow any set of tubing long enough…you’ll always find a patient.
Services to be held Monday, July 1st at 1pm at Fort Logan Cemetary, staging area C
With love and respect to my brother-in –law,
John Goodman BS RRT
Governor Hickenlooper does Spirometry with Colorado RTs on World Asthma Day. See more here.
Bob Wolken and associates win 2012 IKARIA Literary Award at the AARC Congress
Colorado RT’s participating at the AARC Drive 4 COPD campaign. Read more here.