Good Press: AARC Members in the News | November 2017

 Updated: November 1, 2017

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AARC President-Elect Karen Schell poses with AARC International Fellow Alfred Jacob Aidoo.
Stephanie Williams
Stephanie Williams
Charlene Raley
Charlene Raley
Ken Czechowicz
Ken Czechowicz
Ann Meicher
Ann Meicher
Steve Deatrick
Steve Deatrick
Darla Grese
Darla Grese

Stephanie Williams, BS, RRT and Charlene Raley, RRT shared their expertise on COPD with HomeCare magazine in a recent feature on remembering the life of Leonard Nimoy. They discuss early symptoms of COPD, medication requirements, and the importance of patient education. Read the story.

Ken Czechowicz, MS, RRT shares his thoughts on the importance of a new Clinical Simulations Lab at River Valley Community College. The lab provides additional experience to students studying medical fields. Read the story in the New Hampshire Business Review.

Ann Meicher, AAS, RRT took part in a Women’s Night Out event, celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Juneau County Women’s Health Initiative. Meicher performed respiratory checks and helped educate attendees on the importance of healthy living. Learn more about the program and event at the Juneau County Star Times.

Steve Deatrick, BA, RRT lends his expertise to 12 News (Beaumont, TX) in a story about mold concerns at a local high school. Read the story and watch the video at the 12 News website. Deatrick also shared with southeast Texas area communities tips for reducing health risks during Hurricane Harvey clean-up. Check out the story and video at the KDFM Channel 6 website.

AARC President-Elect Karen Schell, DHSc, RRT-NPS, RPFT was featured in an article by the KU Medical News Center and the Kansas City Star for organizing a special surprise visit between AARC International Fellow Alfred Jacob Aidoo, M.D. and the daughter of one of his former patients in Kumasi, Ghana. Read about the special visit and learn more about their story. Watch a video of the visit in the Kansas City Star.

The Virginian-Pilot interviewed Darla Grese, RRT to discuss her book “Sister Surrendered: A Memoir” and the importance of mental health awareness. Read her story.