It's a contest just for students! ADVANCE for Respiratory Care & Sleep Medicine is proud to present its second annual writing contest for students of respiratory care and sleep medicine.
Judged by respected educators in respiratory care, The Faces of the Future: National Student Writing Contest aimed to highlight the new class of thought-leaders in the field.
Students and recent graduates are invited to submit articles on topics of their choice related to respiratory care or sleep medicine.
One first place article will receive a $50 gift certificate to the ADVANCE Healthcare Shop and be published online in February.
- Undergraduate or graduate students may apply.
- More than one student can collaborate on the paper.
- Entries must be unpublished, with the exception of self-published material.
- Maximum length is 1,400 words.
- Degree of difficulty in subject matter
- Demonstrates full understanding of content
- Completeness of research
- Applicability of subject matter to the profession
- Organization, clarity, and focus
Membrane Ventilators: A Bridge to Lung Transplant
The winners of our National Student Writing Contest detail how membrane ventilation with interventional lung assist works.
Breathing New Life into Congenital Central Hypoventilation Syndrome
The first runner-up article examines new treatment modalities that could benefit patients with Congenital Central Hypoventilation Syndrome.
Breath by Breath - High frequency oscillatory ventilation (HFOV) and conventional mechanical ventilation have their advantages and disadvantages. Students from University of Alabama at Birmingham will discuss how conventional ventilation and HFOV operate, the uses of each, and a comparison of the two.