Master of Science in Respiratory Care

The Master of Science in Respiratory Care (MSRC) is an advanced level postgraduate degree for respiratory therapists.[1] Few colleges and Universities currently offer this degree though an emphasis on its importance to respiratory care and research in pulmonary medicine is growing by both nursing groups and medical colleges.

References

  1. ^ Kacmarek RM, Durbin CG, Barnes TA, Kageler WV, Walton JR, O'Neil EH (2009). "Creating a vision for respiratory care in 2015 and beyond.". Respir Care 54 (3): 375–89. PMID 19245732. 



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