In Their Words – BRPT Credential Holders Share Their Stories

As BRPT celebrates its 45th anniversary, we reached out to credential holders who’ve held and retained a BRPT credential for a number of years. Many graciously offered to share their experiences, highlights, career paths and advice with us.

Spotlight on: Charity Faith Worrick, BS, RPSGT, CCSH, a Polysomnographer in Knoxville, TN who’s been in sleep for 15 years.

“It’s important to hold and retain the RPSGT credential for ensuring professionalism, quality of care, and patient safety in the field of sleep medicine. Holding my registry has opened many opportunities for my career advancement, such as assisting as a subject matter expert, holding a position on the State Board and participating in health fairs.

“In this role, I love the opportunity to directly impact people’s lives by helping them understand and improve their sleep health. Additionally, the field of sleep medicine is continuing to evolve by offering opportunities for growth and learning, further making a difference in others’ lives.

Maintaining a genuine passion for improving the health and quality of life for individuals, coupled with a sincere interest in the field of sleep medicine, will drive success and impact the future of polysomnography.”

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