Phone:
(810) 762-0711
Email:
naprush@umich.edu
Public Health and Health Sciences

Nicholas Prush, MHA, RRT, RRT-ACCS

Program Director, Respiratory Therapy Program

Education: MHA, RRT, RRT-ACCS

Nicholas Prush MHA, RRT, RRT-ACCS is the founding Program Director and Clinical Assistant Professor for the University of Michigan-Flint Bachelor of Science in Respiratory Therapy (BSRT) degree advancement program.  Nicholas received his respiratory therapy training from Henry Ford Community College where he graduated with an AAS in 2003.  He obtained his Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) from Siena Heights University in 2008 and a Master of Health Administration (MHA) from Eastern Michigan University in 2014.  He is currently working on his dissertation for a Ph.D. in Healthcare Administration.  Nicholas began teaching at Oakland Community College with their Respiratory Therapy Program as an Adjunct Professor.  Most recently, he taught at Monroe County Community College for seven years, four years as the DCE and three years as the Program Director.  Nicholas is the current President of the Michigan Society for Respiratory Care (MSRC) where he serves as the President and is on the Sputum Bowl Committee.

Phone:
(810) 762-3172
Email:
sjspau@umich.edu
Public Health and Health Sciences

Shane Spaulding, MHPE, RRT, RRT-ACCS

Clinical Education Coordinator and Clinical Assistant Professor

Shane J. Spaulding, MHPE, RRT, RRT-ACCS is the Clinical Education Coordinator and Clinical Assistant Professor for the University of Michigan-Flint Bachelor of Science in Respiratory Therapy (BSRT) degree advancement program.  He obtained his respiratory therapy training at Monroe County Community College in Southeastern Michigan.  He obtained his B.A. from the College of William and Mary and earned his MHPE (Health Professions Education) from Michigan State University.  Before joining the University of Michigan-Flint, he taught for seven years at the Monroe County Community College, three of them as the DCE for the program.  Shane brings a student-centered, community engaged approach to his educational philosophy.