Boise State University Scholar Named President-Elect of Respiratory Care Society

Samantha Davis, clinical assistant professor in the department of respiratory care at Boise State University in Idaho, has been elected president-elect of the Idaho Society for Respiratory Care for the year 2020. Davis will serve one year as president-elect and then will serve the Idaho Society for Respiratory Care as president for the year 2021.

The Idaho Society for Respiratory Care is a professional society for respiratory therapists as a patient- and member-focused affiliate of the American Association for Respiratory Care. The society is dedicated to providing quality patient care and enhancing the professionalism and competence of respiratory therapists.

“I’m excited to serve my community, state, and profession in this role,” Davis said. “I am thrilled to be in a position where I can advocate for respiratory therapy, connect with more respiratory therapists in the state, and to be more involved with legislators to expand the scope of practice.”

Davis holds a bachelor’s degree in health services administration from Baker College in Auburn Hills, Michigan. In 2014, she earned a master’s degree in respiratory care leadership from Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts. She is currently pursuing a doctorate at Boise State Unversity.

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