The Society has teamed up with PerfWeb and PerfusionEducation to give you the opportunity to earn your Continuing Education Unit (CEU) points via online webinars, presentations, and select meetings.
Both of these websites require free registration. With your free registration, you will then have access to everything, and you only pay if you need to obtain the CEU certificate. * In order to claim Class I CEU's from these meetings (live-webinar or archived webinar) for recertification, you must obtain a certificate of attendance to present in the event of a recertification audit by the CSCP.
Use PerfWeb to watch live Webinars that are approved for Category 1 CEU points by the ABCP and CSCP. PerfWeb can offer you access to CEU's to fulfill your recertification requirements.
Perfusion Education is a personalized service where you get your own folder and the system tracks all of your CEU points and your ABCP CEU cycle.
Perfusion Education is a library of past webinars and presentations from different conferences. CEU's earned via Perfusion Education may be claimed as per the Professional Activity Requirements document below.
Contact the National Office if you wish become a Corporate supporter of the Canadian Society of Clinical Perfusion!
For more information, please contact
Cardiac Surgery Business Unit
Cardiopulmonary Product Manager
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