Advocacy for the Respiratory Therapy Profession in BC.

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Join the BC Lung Association and partners on Wednesday, June 3rd to hear from Canadians health experts on the connections between COVID-19 and wildfire smoke.

We know exposure to air pollution can irritate the lungs, cause inflammation, and alter immune function, making it more difficult to fight respiratory infections such as COVID-19.

We also know when conditions are smoky, more people who are exposed to the novel coronavirus may develop COVID-19 and some cases of COVID-19 may become more severe.

This webinar will cover existing evidence, address populations most at risk, and identify strategies for health protection during the ongoing pandemic.

REGISTER FOR THIS WEBINAR HERE: bit.ly/3e6PaCH

HAVE SPECIFIC QUESTIONS? To help us address your questions, we encourage you to send them in advance to: airquality@bc.lung.ca.
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Join the BC Lung Association and partners on Wednesday, June 3rd to hear from Canadians health experts on the connections between COVID-19 and wildfire smoke.
 
We know exposure to air pollution can irritate the lungs, cause inflammation, and alter immune function, making it more difficult to fight respiratory infections such as COVID-19.
 
We also know when conditions are smoky, more people who are exposed to the novel coronavirus may develop COVID-19 and some cases of COVID-19 may become more severe.
 
This webinar will cover existing evidence, address populations most at risk, and identify strategies for health protection during the ongoing pandemic. 
 
REGISTER FOR THIS WEBINAR HERE: https://bit.ly/3e6PaCH
 
HAVE SPECIFIC QUESTIONS? To help us address your questions, we encourage you to send them in advance to: airquality@bc.lung.ca.
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Join the BC Lung Association and partners on Wednesday, June 3rd to hear from Canadians health experts on the connections between COVID-19 and wildfire smoke.

REGISTER FOR THIS WEBINAR HERE: https://bit.ly/3e6PaCH

In addition to the many online learning opportunities available exclusively to CSRT members, the CSRT also offers open-access courses. For more information, or to see our growing list of open-access options, visit https://www.csrt.com/open-access-cpd-courses/

The CSRT has released a new position statement on mechanical ventilation during periods of resource scarcity. As you work in increasingly challenging circumstances, the CSRT will continue to advocate for you and provide practice guidance.

https://www.csrt.com/wp-content/uploads/en-mechanical-ventilation-during-a-period-of-resource-scarcity-april-2020.pdf

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Expression of Interest

The BCSRT is compiling a database of retired or home care respiratory therapists who are interested in providing support for acute care if needed. Please click the button below to register your interest.

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Increase your knowledge of the respiratory field and the services we offer by exploring the pages below.
News

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About Us

Learn about our organization, our services, position statements and advertising opportunities.

Resources

Learn more about RTLBC guidelines, grants for members and students as well as useful industry links.

Conferences

Stay up to date with the latest regional, national and international conferences.

Students

Learn about being a RT student, current student activities, and hospitals with RT departments.

Members

Login to the member center to update your profile information, pay dues, and download education certificates.

Careers

Learn more about the RT Profession, Becoming an RT, Job Postings and Education Options.

BENEFITS OF BEING A BCSRT MEMBER

The BCSRT is proud to offer its members access to a variety of educational and networking opportunities.
  • Take part in various educational and networking events at our regional roadshows and larger conferences.
  • Increasing knowledge through education grants for conferences, respiratory events, courses, research, and quality improvement projects.
  • Advocacy for the respiratory therapy profession.
  • Representing therapists in professional licensure and regulatory college development.
  • Connecting BC RT departments through the Respiratory Therapy Leaders of British Columbia (RTLBC) where they can share ideas, solve problems, and create guidelines.