Documents

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Standards







Bylaws of the Canadian Society of Clinical Perfusion









The National Entry-Level Competency Profile for Clinical Perfusionists was first developed by the Canadian Society of Clinical Perfusion (CSCP) in 1996. Revisions were published in 2003 and 2009.

This latest version, dated September 2015, was developed to ensure that the profile remains current with perfusion practice and complies with the Guiding Principles for National Competency Profiles (March 2014) and the Template for Submission of a Revised National Competency Profile (March 2014) published by Canadian Medical Association Conjoint Accreditation Services.









Regulations of the Canadian Society of Clinical Perfusion









Mission Statement

The mission of the Canadian Society of Clinical Perfusion is to encourage and foster the development of the profession of Clinical Perfusion through education and certification, so as to provide optimum patient care.

Code of Ethical Conduct

A perfusionist shall recognize that the term “professional ethics” incorporates a commitment to service, to competent practice and to consistent development for the benefit of the community. This code shall guide the conduct of the perfusionist in all circumstances.









In keeping with the fundamental objective of providing the highest standard of care for patients, the Canadian Society of Clinical Perfusion (CSCP) has prepared this document to:

  1. Set forth a philosophical approach to patient care that is consistent with that of the medical profession.

  2. Provide a general framework which identifies the scope of responsible and accountable practice for the Clinical Perfusionist to assist the physician in the delivery of optimal health care.

  3. Contribute to the development of standards of practice for perfusionists in Canada.

  4. Increase the awareness in the medical community of the unique role of theperfusionist’s clinical expertise for the cardiovascular patient.

  5. Define the term “perfusionist” in relation with other allied medical specialties.









The primary objective of the CSCP is the promotion of high standards of professional skill and knowledge of health care practitioners known as Clinical Perfusionists, who are responsible for providing safe, efficient and effective Extracorporeal Circulation and other related procedures.





Publication Documents







This Declaration Statement helps ensure that correct procedures have been followed when performing studies, collecting data, and presenting.  If there are any questions, please contact the National Office.









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