The American Respiratory Care Foundation is dedicated to promoting respiratory health through the support of research, education, and patient-focused philanthropic activities in respiratory care.
Board of Trustees
The Board of Trustees is comprised of thirteen professionals, including three emeritus Trustees, who conduct the business and manage the decisions of the American Respiratory Care Foundation. ARCF Trustees will serve four-year terms with no more than three consecutive cycles. Trustee nominations will be solicited yearly by the ARCF in collaboration with AARC and NBRC. Board of Trustees will appoint new trustees during the last quarter of the year from this list.
Tonya A. Winders, MBA
CEO & President
Allergy & Asthma Network
Tonya Winders. MBA is currently the President and Chief Executive Officer of Allergy & Asthma Network, the leading patient advocacy organization dedicated to ending the needless death and suffering due to asthma, allergies and related conditions.
Tonya has over 17 years experience in leadership roles within the allergy and asthma industry. From sales and marketing leadership to managed markets access, she has worked tirelessly to ensure patients have access to effective diagnostic and treatment tools.
Tonya serves on several expert panels including the ATS Public Advisory Roundtable. Furthermore, she is on the board of directors for Not One More Life, American Respiratory Care Foundation and is the current president of the Global Allergy Asthma Patient Platform, representing 35 patient organizations throughout the world.
Personally, Tonya is the mother of five children, four of whom have asthma and/or allergies, ranging in age from 13-19 years old. She enjoys spending time with her husband of 21 years Brian Winders and cheering on her children in various sports.
Neil MacIntyre, MD,
Medical Director of Respiratory Care Services and Professor of Pulmonary Medicine
Duke University Medical Center
Dr MacIntyre is a Professor of Medicine and Medical Director of Respiratory Care Services at Duke University. In his 31 year career, he has been principal investigator or co-principal investigator on over 37 clinical trials that have enrolled hundreds of patients. Among the most important of these have been the NIH funded ARDS Network evaluating many aspects of respiratory failure, the National Emphysema Treatment Trial (NETT) evaluating lung volume reduction surgery for emphysema and the Long Term Oxygen Treatment Trial (LOTT) evaluating oxygen therapy in COPD patients. He has held a number of national and international leadership positions, including the chair of the large ACCP/SCCM/AARC Evidence Based Guidelines Committee for Ventilator Weaning, the chair of the joint ATS/ERS Committee to Standardize DLCO, the chair of the ACCP Mechanical Ventilation Simulation Program, and on the steering/writing committees of ATS and AACVPR addressing pulmonary rehabilitation and exercise assessment. Within the respiratory care community, he has been on BOMA for two separate terms, an associate editor of Respiratory Care, and a long time trustee of ARCF.
Teresa A. Volsko, MBA, MHHS, RRT, CMTE, FAARC
Vice President, Quality and Data Integration
Terry Volsko is the Vice President for Quality and Data Integration at The Centers in Cleveland, Ohio. She served the profession of Respiratory Care for many years as a trustee for the NBRC, board member for Lambda Beta Society, and contributor for Evidence Based Clinical Practice Guidelines for the AARC. She continues her service as an editorial board for RC Journal. Terry has authored numerous peer-reviewed publications, where the focus of her research has been in pediatric airway care. She has also authored two textbooks. Terry was the 2020 recipient of the Jimmy Young Medal.
As a respiratory therapist for nearly four decades, Terry lead initiatives which supported research, education, and philanthropic activities, enabling respiratory therapists to develop professionally, educate our community about pulmonary diseases and successfully raise funds for charitable endeavors. As a Trustee, she will be able to direct her energy and talents in a way which will serve the profession and respiratory care community on a much broader level.
Sam P. Giordano, MBA, RRT, FAARC
Sam Giordano began his career in respiratory care over 50 years ago. He became a Registered Respiratory Therapist and worked in all capacities from staff therapist to director of respiratory services. Serving in that position at Barnes Hospital, (now BJC), in St. Louis, and Cook County Hospital in Chicago.
He then transitioned to the position of Director of Respiratory in Biomedical Services at St. Luke’s Hospital in Kansas City, Missouri.
He earned his undergraduate degree in health service administration from Park College, graduating Magna Cum Laude. He subsequently earned an MBA from University of Dallas.
Throughout his career he served as a volunteer with the American Association for Respiratory Care (AARC) on local, state, and national levels; he served on many committees, among which was the committee to assist in organizing local chapters into state societies. Sam was elected to AARC’s Board of Directors and other offices, including President. During his term at AARC, along with its members and state societies, he undertook a coordinated team effort to obtain legal recognition of the profession, via state licensure, throughout the United States.
At the end of this term Sam was offered the position of Executive Director/CEO of AARC. He served in that capacity for over 30 years, retiring in 2012.
Throughout his tenure, he also served as Publisher of Respiratory Care, assisting its outstanding Editors and editorial staff; a position he still holds today.
Sam also served as a Director of Brookhollow Bank of Dallas, and continues to serve as a volunteer patient advocate, as a Board member of the COPD Foundation, and current Chair of the US COPD Coalition.
He is a recipient of AARC’s highest honor, the Jimmy A. Young Medal, the Hector Leon Garza Award for Promoting International Excellence in International Respiratory Care, and Special Awards from the United States Air Force Cardiopulmonary Society, as well as a Certificate of Appreciation for Outstanding Contributions to the United States Army.
Sam is also proud to be an Eagle Scout with Bronze Palm.
Lynda T. Goodfellow, EdD, RRT, AE-C, FAARC
Professor and Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
Byrdine F. Lewis College of Nursing and Health Professions
Georgia State University
Lynda T. Goodfellow is a tenured Professor of Respiratory Therapy and Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs for the Lewis College of Nursing and Health Professions at Georgia State University. She joined the AARC in 1980 and her NBRC registry number is 18,675. Dr. Goodfellow received a baccalaureate degree in respiratory therapy from the Medical College of Georgia and her doctorate in Adult Education from the University of Georgia. At Georgia State University, she has served as the director of clinical education, and as chair of the respiratory therapy department. During her time as chair, the department implemented a master’s entry-degree for respiratory therapy in 2007. Since 1990 when she joined the RT faculty at Georgia State University, Dr. Goodfellow estimates that she has taught over 700 RT undergraduate students and over 300 graduate students.
Dr. Goodfellow’s areas of research include chronic respiratory disease management and education, particularly as it relates to asthma, tuberculosis, tobacco and e-cigarette abuse education, and graduate respiratory therapy education. She received a clinical investigator award from the American Lung Association for support on asthma research for adolescents with asthma in the inner city and has been funded through the NIH as a member of the National Tuberculosis Curriculum Consortium. Her publications include articles in the Journal of Allied Health, Respiratory Care, Respiratory Care Education Annual, and other journals. Dr. Goodfellow has also served on the Board of Visitors for the College of Education at the University of Georgia.
Dr. Goodfellow would like to thank the profession of respiratory care for providing a career that has constantly challenged her to learn and to be a better respiratory therapist. Moreover, she is especially thankful for her colleagues at Georgia State University, the Georgia Society for Respiratory Care, the AARC, the Lambda Beta Board, and now the American Respiratory Care Foundation.
Dean R. Hess, PhD, RRT, FAARC
Managing Editor, Respiratory Care
Lecturer, Northeastern University
Respiratory Care, Massachusetts General Hospital
In 1972 I graduated from college with a degree in chemistry and no idea what to do with it. I needed a job and a friend told me that the local hospital was hiring inhalation therapists. I went for an interview and was hired on the spot for a position as an on-the-job trainee to administer breathing treatments (mostly IPPB). The pay was poor, but I had few expenses and figured it would get me through until I could find something else. Interestingly, a few months later I got my first raise when the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania raised the minimum wage! It did not take long until I was hooked and decided to enroll in a formal respiratory care program. This was a hospital-based program and as a strange coincidence, was in the same hospital where I was born 22 years earlier. I graduated in 18 months and the rest is history.
In addition to my clinical and research career, I am pleased to have had the opportunity to support the profession that has given so much to me. Late in the 20th century, I had the opportunity to serve as a trustee on the NBRC, including two years as its President. More recently, I have served the AARC in leadership positions with the journal Respiratory Care. For 10 years I was Editor-in-Chief and now serve as the Managing Editor. I am proud to have been part of the Journal as it rose to prominence as a highly regarded international Journal publishing the science of respiratory care.
With this background, I am pleased to join the Board of Trustees of the ARCF. I am thrilled see the word “research” in the mission statement for the Foundation. To be respected as a profession, we must assume responsibility for the evidence supporting our practice. There are too few respiratory therapists with the necessary training and funding to support independent investigation.
I have been the recipient of ARCF awards, including the Forrest M. Bird, MD, PhD, ScD Lifetime Scientific Achievement Award in 1999. I have also appreciated that the ARCF has supported the Respiratory Care Journal Conferences for many years. Serving on the Board of Trustees is my opportunity to give back. I am ready to roll up my sleeves and get to work.
Joseph Lewarski, MHA, RRT, FAARC
Senior Vice President
Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare
Joe has been working in healthcare for 34 years and has been a respiratory therapist for 32 of those years. He is an RRT and a Fellow of the American Association for Respiratory Care (FAARC). He holds undergraduate degrees in respiratory therapy and business administration and a master’s degree in healthcare administration. Joe has held numerous senior management and executive leadership positions in a variety of healthcare organizations and environments, including acute care, homecare, pharmacy, and most recently, medical device companies. He is a past AARC Homecare Section Chair and is past recipient of the ARCF award for excellence in homecare. Joe has served two terms on the AARC board of directors, including a term as Vice President of External Affairs.
David Marshall, JD, DNP, RN, FAAN, FAONL
Senior Vice President and Chief Nursing Executive
Los Angeles, CA
Dr. Marshall is senior vice president and chief nursing executive and holder of the James R. Klinenberg, MD, and Lynn Klinenberg Linkin Chair in Nursing in honor of Linda Burnes Bolton at Cedars-Sinai, Los Angeles, CA. With more than three decades of nursing leadership experience, he has a track record of organizational achievement and a genuine dedication to excellence in human caring.
Dr. Marshall previously served as system chief nursing and patient care services executive at the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston (UTMB Health). During a career with UTMB Health that spanned more than three decades, Dr. Marshall made major contributions to the academic health sciences center. He was part of the leadership team that led UTMB Health back from Hurricane Ike after it devastated the Gulf Coast in 2008. In the hurricane’s aftermath, Dr. Marshall served as an important public face and voice of confidence for the hospital, keeping patients and the community informed about progress to restore services. He led the efforts for UTMB Health to regain Magnet® recognition from the American Nurses Credentialing Center in 2012 and redesignation in 2017. During his time at UTMB Health he played an instrumental role in opening the first makerspace in hospital in the United States.
In 2017, Dr. Marshall was appointed to a four-year term on the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Magnet® Recognition Program. He has served on the board of directors of the American Organization of Nurse Executives and as the organization’s treasurer. He is a fellow of the American Academy of Nursing (FAAN) and fellow of the American Organization for Nursing Leadership (FAONL).
In addition to bachelor’s and master’s degrees in nursing, Dr. Marshall earned his Doctor of Nursing Practice from Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Nursing. He also holds a law degree from South Texas College of Law Houston.
Donald S. Prough, MD, FASA, FCCP
Chair of Anesthesiology
School of Medicine, The University of Texas Medical Branch
Since 1992, Dr. Donald S. Prough has been the Rebecca Terry White Distinguished Chair of Anesthesiology and Professor of Anesthesiology, Neurology, Pathology and Allied Health Sciences (Respiratory Care) at the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston (UTMB). From September 2011 to September 2012, Dr. Prough served as Interim Dean of Medicine for UTMB while continuing to serve as Chair of Anesthesiology. While at UTMB he served at various times as Medical Director of the Surgical Intensive Care Unit, Medical Director of Respiratory Care and Medical Director of the Respiratory Care Program at UTMB.
Dr. Prough received an MD degree from the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center of Pennsylvania State University in 1973. After serving a residency in Anesthesiology and a fellowship in Critical Care Medicine at Bethesda Naval Medical Center from 1973 to 1977, and a mini-fellowship in Cardiac Anesthesiology at the University of Alabama at Birmingham in 1977, he was appointed Head of the Intensive Care Unit at the National Naval Medical Center. In 1980 he was appointed as an Assistant Professor of Anesthesia and Neurology at the Bowman Gray School of Medicine of Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, where he also served as Medical Director of the Intensive Care Unit, Head of the Section on Critical Care, Medical Director of Respiratory Care and Medical Director of the Cerebral Blood Flow Laboratory.
Dr. Prough received the Distinguished Investigator Award from the American College of Critical Care Medicine in 1999 and the Lifetime Achievement Award from the American Society of Critical Care Anesthesiologists in 2001. He currently serves as a Scientific Editor for Critical Care Medicine. From 2006 through 2018 he served on the Board of Trustees of the National Board of Respiratory Care.
Dr. Prough’s research has been funded by the National Institutes of Health, the Department of Defense, the Moody Foundation, and other sources. His most recent research projects involve the development of optoacoustic technology, which he co-invented, to provide continuous, noninvasive measure of venous blood oxygenation in patients at risk for shock and cerebral venous oxygenation in newborns. His publications include original research on physiologic responses to fluid administration during anesthesia and shock, cerebral circulation during cardiopulmonary bypass, responses of the cerebral circulation to traumatic brain injury and hemorrhagic shock, and innovations in noninvasive monitoring. He has published more than 100 book chapters, over 250 original peer-reviewed articles, and made more than 500 presentations at conferences and other professional meetings.
Bruce Rubin, MEngr, MD, MBA, FRCPC, FAARC
Professor and Chair, Department of Pediatrics
Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine
Bruce Rubin is the Jessie Ball duPont Distinguished Professor and Chair of Pediatrics at Virginia Commonwealth University and Physician in Chief of the Children’s Hospital of Richmond. He is also Professor of Biomedical Engineering and Physiology and Biophysics at VCU and has been named a Virginia Eminent Scholar by the Governor. He trained in Biomedical Engineering at Oxford University as a Rhodes Scholar, and then did a fellowship in Paediatric Respirology and Critical Care at Sick Kids in Toronto. He holds the MD and Masters in Engineering degrees from Tulane and an MBA degree from Wake Forest University Babcock School of Business
Prof. Rubin received Lifetime Scientific Achievement Awards from the AARC and CIPP. He holds honorary appointments in 4 medical schools, is on the editorial board of 11 pulmonary journals, has published more than 300 original research papers and chapters, and holds eight patents. He is on the Board of the NIH funded Atlantic Pediatric Device Consortium. His research focus is regulation of mucus clearance in health and disease, airway inflammation, and aerosol delivery of medications.
Dr. Rubin is also a magician, elected to membership in the International Brotherhood of Magicians and over the past 20 years has taught medical magic in 31 countries on 5 continents.
James K. Stoller, MD, MS, FCCP, ATSF, FAARC
Chair, Education Institute
Jean Wall Bennett Professor of Medicine
James K. Stoller, M.D., M.S., FCCP, ATSF, FAARC is a pulmonary/critical care physician who serves as Chairman of the Education Institute at Cleveland Clinic. He holds the Jean Wall Bennett Professorship in Emphysema Research at the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine and the Samson Global Leadership Academy Endowed Chair at Cleveland Clinic. Dr. Stoller has had longstanding involvement in respiratory care as he served as the Section Head of Respiratory Care at Cleveland Clinic from 1988 to 2008 and as Director of the Respiratory Special Care Unit (ReSCU). A major focus of his work in respiratory care has been optimizing care delivery, especially through the implementation of respiratory care protocols. He has had longstanding clinical and scientific interest in emphysema and in alpha-1 antitrypsin deficiency, having authored 310 peer-reviewed papers and served as an Editor of Egan’s Fundamentals of Respiratory Care over the last 6 editions. He currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Alpha-1 Foundation and has served on the Board of Directors of the COPD Foundation, as a member of BOMA as the ATS representative.
Lori M. Tinkler, MBA
CEO, National Board for Respiratory Care (NBRC)
Overland Park, KS
Lori M. Tinkler, MBA has 31+ years of experience with the National Board for Respiratory Care, Inc. (NBRC). She joined the NBRC in 1991 and was named chief executive officer in January 2018. As CEO, Ms. Tinkler oversees the operation of the NBRC executive office, is the primary liaison to the Board of Trustees and its committees and focuses on the strategy and vision of the organization to help further the respiratory care profession. Ms. Tinkler speaks frequently at state and national respiratory care meetings and interacts with leaders across the profession. Lori is a leading expert in the development and management of certification programs and has a strong background in organizational change and development as well as testing and measurement. Ms. Tinkler was named one of the Top 25 Women Who Mean Business in Kansas City by the Kansas City Business Journal, and is active as a mentor for young professionals within the greater Kansas City business community. In addition, she volunteers on several local and national boards and committees, including the Johnson County (KS) Community College Foundation and the Advisory Board for the Johnson County Community College Respiratory Care Program. Ms. Tinkler served on the American College of Chest Physicians (CHEST) former Respiratory Care NetWork Steering Committee. Lori has also served in a civic leader capacity as chair of the Olathe (KS) Chamber of Commerce in 2011 and 2012 and has 30+ years of experience serving on boards with philanthropic missions and raising funds to support these various causes.
John R. Walton
Elk Grove Village, IL
I am deeply honored to be selected to serve the American Respiratory Care Foundation and hope to assist where I can in furthering respiratory health. I’m recently retired after an over five-decade career in health care.
I began this strepitous journey seeking a job that would financially support my college education. Starting as an orderly at an inner-city hospital, I cleaned my share of bedpans, hauled many large oxygen cylinders, and prepped male patients for surgery. I enjoyed learning about inhalation therapy as it was called then and was curious enough to take the CITT exam from my on-the-job training. I was also intrigued about this new laboratory test called blood gas analysis and received additional training by the manufacturer on how to run and maintain these instruments. This fortuitously landed me at an academic medical center as both a blood gas lab technician and respiratory therapist working every weekend and holiday while attending college full-time. I concurrently completed my formal RT education at Northwestern University Affiliated Hospitals school as well as my baccalaureate degree at Loyola University Chicago. Somehow, I passed my written and oral exams and became the NBRC’s #2000 Registered Respiratory Therapist. I was very fortunate to work with many legends in the field at Northwestern and thoroughly enjoyed my time teaching in the anesthesia division and RT school. I was in the right place at the right time being ultimately promoted to Administrative Director of the RT Department and contributing to many texts and articles in the field. Getting proper recognition for our profession became a passion too. I was honored to be elected President of the Illinois Society for RT and worked to achieve state licensure. My colleagues encouraged me to run for national office in the American Association for Respiratory Care (AARC) and was grateful to be elected to Treasurer and then President. I’ve been actively involved in the AARC since the 1970s and have been privileged to work with many extraordinary professionals. The AARC has honored me in bestowing Life Membership, Fellowship status and their highest award, the Jimmy A. Young Medal.
After completing my MHA at the Chicago Medical School and MBA at the University of Chicago, I joined a management consulting firm holding executive positions in provider contracting for an HMO as well as managing several independent physician associations and primary care clinics. I was also thrilled to be adjunct faculty at National Louis University teaching financial management at the baccalaureate and master’s degree level. I joined a national post-acute care company and was promoted from facility administrator to regional vice president and ultimately to COO in this large publicly traded firm. I took a senior position in a local faith-based health care system and was once again in the right place at the right time ending up as COO over several hospitals, post-acute facilities, and other operations. After successfully putting together a merger with another non-profit system, I set up my own consulting firm serving as interim CEO or COO of a large hospice, group homes for the developmentally disabled and rehabilitation therapy companies. My last position was as CEO of a private equity backed anesthesia company that served three dozen outpatient surgery centers.
Michael T. Amato, MBA
Chief Executive Officer
Vice President of International Sales, Critical Care Division
Palm Springs, CA
David J. Pierson, MD, FAARC
Harborview Medical Center
Gary A. Smith, RRT(HON), FAARC
ARCF Executive Office
The Board of Trustees shall appoint an Executive Office to oversee day-to-day operations of the ARCF. The Executive Office will be charged by the ARCF Trustees to execute agreed upon duties and will be empowered by to represent the ARCF in agreed upon negotiations, program development, financial matters, personnel matters, and other administrative duties.
Krystal Craddock, MSc, RRT, RRT-NPS, RRT-ACCS, AE-C, CCM
Charles W. Serby COPD Research Fellowship
Kelly E. Massa RRT, RRT-NPS
Philips Respironics Fellowship in Mechanical Ventilation
Trisha Tindall, RRT
Vyaire Fellowship for Neonatal and Pediatric Therapists
Ramona Burke, MA, RRT, RRT-ACCS
Jeri Eiserman, RRT Professional Education Research Fellowship
Monica Truumees, RRT, RRT-NPS
Mallinckrodt Literary Award
Andrew G. Miller, MSc, RRT-ACCS, RRT-NPS, FAARC
Drager-Shreyas Roy, MD Memorial Literary Award
Teresa A. Volsko, MBA, MHHS, RRT, CMTE, FAARC
Forrest M. Bird, MD, PhD, ScD Lifetime Scientific Achievement Award
Arzu Ari, PhD, RRT, CPFT, FCCP, FAARC
Hector Leon Garza, MD International Achievement Award
Sam P. Giordano, MBA, RRT, FAARC
Dr. Charles H. Hudson Award for Cardiopulmonary Public Health
Charity Clark MS-OHRD, BS, RRT
Thomas L. Petty, MD Invacare Award for Excellence in Home Respiratory Care
James Garrett, RRT, RCP
Mike West, MBA, RRT Patient Education Achievement Award
Jie Li, PhD, RRT, RRT-ACCS, FAARC
Mitchell A. Baran Achievement Award
Sarah E. Hill
Morton B. Duggan Jr. Memorial Education Recognition Award
Charles Townshend Satterfield III
Jimmy A. Young Memorial Education Recognition Award
Sarah B. Ali, RRT
NBRC William W. Burgin, Jr., MD and Robert M. Lawrence MD Education Recognition Award
Nkiruka Mary Achionye, BS, RRT, RRT-NPS
NBRC Gareth B. Gish, MS, RRT Memorial Education Recognition Award
Jamie M. Kelly, BS, RRT
William F. Miller, MD Postgraduate Education Recognition Award
Ivan Gerald Lee
Marco Zaccagnini, MSc, RRT, FCSRT
NBRC H. Frederick Helmholz, Jr. MD, Educational Research Grant
Ramandeep Kaur, PhD, RRT, RRT-ACCS, AE-C
BOMA Travel Fund
Respiratory Care Journal Conferences
Since 1982, Respiratory Care has presented Journal Conferences with the most important, timely, and proven information affecting the practice of respiratory everywhere. The proceedings appear in special issues of the Journal both in print and online.
Conference attendance is limited to the faculty and staff of the Journal. Each topic is thoroughly presented by an invited expert, followed by heavy discussion among the faculty. All state-of-the-art papers and discussions are then published in the Journal.
Journal Conferences are presented under the auspices of the ARCF. The ARCF invites corporations to become official sponsors after the topic of the conference is known. E-Mail us for more information about becoming a sponsor.
59th Respiratory Care Journal Conference
“COPD: Current Evidence and Implications for Practice”
Held June 21–22, 2022 in St. Petersburg, FL
58th Respiratory Care Journal Conference
“Monitoring Respiratory Function in Adult Acute Care”
Held June 10–11, 2019 in St. Petersburg, FL
57th Respiratory Care Journal Conference
“Noninvasive Respiratory Support in Adults”
Held June 14–15, 2018 in St. Petersburg, FL
56th Respiratory Care Journal Conference
“Respiratory Medications for COPD and Adult Asthma: Pharmacologic Actions to Clinical Applications”
Held June 22–23, 2017 in St. Petersburg, FL
55th Respiratory Care Journal Conference
“Pediatric Respiratory Care”
Held June 10–11, 2016 in St. Petersburg, FL
54th Respiratory Care Journal Conference
“Respiratory Care Controversies III”
“Held June 5–6, 2015 in St. Petersburg, FL
53rd Respiratory Care Journal Conference
“Aerosol Drug Delivery in Respiratory Care”
Held June 6–7, 2014 in St. Petersburg, FL
52nd Respiratory Care Journal Conference
“Adult Artificial Airways and Airways Adjuncts”
Held June 14–15, 2013 in St. Petersburg, FL
51st Respiratory Care Journal Conference
“Adult Mechanical Ventilation in Acute Care: Issues and Controversies”
Held September 7–8, 2012 in St. Petersburg, FL
50th Respiratory Care Journal Conference
Held April 13–14, 2012 in San Francisco, CA
49th Respiratory Care Journal Conference
“The Chronically Critically Ill”
Held September 9–10, 2011 in St. Petersburg, FL
48th Respiratory Care Journal Conference
“Pulmonary Function Testing”
Held March 25–27, 2011 in Tampa, FL
47th Respiratory Care Journal Conference
“Neonatal and Pediatric Respiratory Care: What Does the Future Hold?”
November 5–7, 2010 in Scottsdale, AZ
46th Respiratory Care Journal Conference
“Patient Ventilator Internaction”
Held March 19–21, 2010 in Cancun, Mexico
45th Respiratory Care Journal Conference
“Sleep Disorders: Diagnosis and Treatment”
Held December 10–12, 2009 in San Antonio, TX
44th Respiratory Care Journal Conference
“Respiratory Care Controversies II”
Held March 13–15, 2009 in Cancun, Mexico
43rd Respiratory Care Journal Conference
“Respiratory Care and Cystic Fibrosis”
Held September 26–28, 2008 in Scottsdale, AZ
42nd Respiratory Care Journal Conference
“Non-Invasive Ventilation in Acute Care: Controversies and Emergency Concepts”
Held March 7–9, 2008 in Cancun, Mexico
41st Respiratory Care Journal Conference
“Meeting the Challenges of Asthma”
convened on September 28–30, 2007 at the JW Marriott Camelback Resort & Spa in Scottsdale, Arizona.
40th Respiratory Care Journal Conference
“Mechanical Ventilation in Mass Casualty Scenarios”
Held July 16–17, 2007 in Reno, Nevada
39th Respiratory Care Journal Conference
“Airway Clearance: Physiology, Pharmacology, Techniques and Practice”
Held April 21–23, 2007 in Cancun, Mexico.
38th Respiratory Care Journal Conference
“Respiratory Controversies in the Critical Care Setting”
Held October 6–8, 2006 in Banff, Alberta, Canada
37th Respiratory Care Journal Conference
“Neuromuscular Disease in Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine”
Held March 17–19,2006 in Ixtapa, Mexico
36th Respiratory Care Journal Conference
“Metered Dose Inhalers (MDIs) and Dry Powder Inhalers (DPIs) in Aerosol Therapy”
Held April 29–May 1, 2005 in Los Cabos, Mexico
35th Respiratory Care Journal Conference
“Ventilator Associated Pneumonia”
Held February 25–27,2005, Cancun, Mexico
34th Respiratory Care Journal Conference
“Applied Respiratory Physiology: Use of Ventilator Waveforms and Mechanics in the Management of Critically Ill Patients”
Held April 16–19,2004, Cancun, Mexico
33rd Respiratory Care Journal Conference
“Computers in Respiratory Care”
Held October 3–5,2003, Banff, Alberta, Canada
32nd Respiratory Care Journal Conference
“Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease: Translating New Understanding Into Improved Patient Care”
31st Respiratory Care Journal Conference
“Current Trends in Neonatal and Pediatric Respiratory Care”
Held August 16–18, 2002, in Keystone, Colorado.
30th Respiratory Care Journal Conference
“Liquid Nebulization: Emerging Technologies”
29th Respiratory Care Journal Conference
“Invasive Mechanical Ventilation in Adults: Implementation, Management, Weaning, & Follow-up”
28th Respiratory Care Journal Conference
“Evidence-Based Medicine In Respiratory Care”
27th Respiratory Care Journal Conference
“Transtracheal Gas Insufflation (TGI): Current Status and Future Prospects”
26th Respiratory Care Journal Conference
“Palliative Respiratory Care”
25th Respiratory Care Journal Conference
“Consensus Conference V: Aerosols and Delivery Devices”
Held January 10–12, 1991, Cancun, Mexico
24th Respiratory Care Journal Conference
“Long-Term Oxygen Therapy”
23rd Respiratory Care Journal Conference
22nd Respiratory Care Journal Conference
“Inhaled Nitric Oxide”
21st Respiratory Care Journal Conference
“Sleep Disordered Breathing”
Proceedings were published in Respiratory Care> journal, April 1998.
20th Respiratory Care Journal Conference
“Non-invasive Position Pressure Ventilation”
Proceedings were published in Respiratory Care Journal, April 1997.
19th Respiratory Care Journal Conference
“Emerging Health Care Delivery Models and Respiratory Care”
18th Respiratory Care Journal Conference
“Mechanical Ventilation: Ventilatory Techniques, Pharmacology and Patient Management Strategies”
17th Respiratory Care Journal Conference
“Resuscitation in Acute Care Hospitals”
16th Respiratory Care Journal Conference
“Consensus Conference III: Assessing Innovation on Mechanical Bentilatory Support”
15th Respiratory Care Journal Conference
“Controversies in Home Respiratory Care”
14th Respiratory Care Journal Conference
“Oxygenation in the Critically Ill Patient”
13th Respiratory Care Journal Conference
“Emergency Respiratory Care”
12th Respiratory Care Journal Conference
“Consensus Conference II: The Essentials of Mechanical Ventilators”
11th Respiratory Care Journal Conference
“Respiratory Care of Infants and Children”
10th Respiratory Care Journal Conference
“Consensus Conference 1: Aerosol Delivery”
Proceedings were published in Respiratory Care Journal and Chest, September 1991.
9th Respiratory Care Journal Conference
“Noninvasive Monitoring in Respiratory Care”
8th Respiratory Care Journal Conference
“Pulmonary Function Testing”
7th Respiratory Care Journal Conference
6th Respiratory Care Journal Conference
5th Respiratory Care Journal Conference
“Neonatal Respiratory Care”
4th Respiratory Care Journal Conference
“Monitoring of Critically Ill Patients”
3rd Respiratory Care Journal Conference
“Perioperative Respiratory Care”
2nd Respiratory Care Journal Conference
“The Management of Acute Respiratory Failure”
1st Respiratory Care Journal Conference
“Complications of Respiratory Therapy”