Students and faculty from Pitt Community College’s Respiratory Therapy program recently took part in a two-day training exercise at East Carolina University’s Brody School of Medicine.
According to Wendy Ayscue, department chairwoman of PCC’s Respiratory Therapy and Polysomnography programs, several of her second-year respiratory therapy students assisted with team-based learning simulations at BSOM to help educate Internal Medicine residents from Pitt County Memorial Hospital.
Ayscue said the exercise was organized by Dr. Robert Shaw, a Pulmonary and critical care physician with BSOM. She said Shaw, who also serves as PCC’s Respiratory Therapy Medical Director, wanted her students to demonstrate the skills they have mastered thus far in their program.
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