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April 04, 2003CMA/ACCC/CAAHP Canadian Society of Clinical Perfusion Changing Entry-to Practice Requirements Graham Walsh, CPC.

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2 April 04, 2003CMA/ACCC/CAAHP Canadian Society of Clinical Perfusion Changing Entry-to Practice Requirements Graham Walsh, CPC

3 April 04, 2003CMA/ACCC/CAAHP Changing Entry-To-Practice No Official Policy Outlining Change Current Directive: –Ad Hoc Committee formed –Pursue Conversion to Degree Program

4 April 04, 2003CMA/ACCC/CAAHP Impetus To Change Next Logical step Reduce “Replicative Fading” Feeder Professions Changing to Degree

5 April 04, 2003CMA/ACCC/CAAHP Impetus To Change Increasing Level of Responsibility “On Pump” = “Anaesthesia Coffee” Significant Independence on Decision Ever Increasing Expectations

6 April 04, 2003CMA/ACCC/CAAHP Degree Level Masters Baccalaureate –Pre Existing –Full Program

7 April 04, 2003CMA/ACCC/CAAHP Masters Level Favored by Some Nursing, Respiratory Already Baccalaureate Next Level Up Needed to Maintain “Advancement” Perception

8 April 04, 2003CMA/ACCC/CAAHP Effects on Profession Raises Entry To Practice Bar Significantly May Reduce Applicant Pool Increases training time to ~2 years Increased Research May Result In A More “Academic Perfusionist” Maybe Too Much for Entry Level

9 April 04, 2003CMA/ACCC/CAAHP Effects on Schools Current Programs May not Qualify May Require Ph.D. to Run Program Heavy Research Component

10 April 04, 2003CMA/ACCC/CAAHP Baccalaureate - Stand Alone Entry Directly From High School Four year program Broader Based Knowledge Less emphasis on “Clinical” Will have to Teach All Aspects of Profession

11 April 04, 2003CMA/ACCC/CAAHP Effects - Profession Average Age of Entry to Practice Decreases Lose Clinical Maturity Inject Fresh and Progressive Perspective May Raise “Intellectual” Base at Cost of Mature Decision Making Process Meeting Labour Market Demand More Difficult May Bring Needed Research

12 April 04, 2003CMA/ACCC/CAAHP Effects on Training Programs Complete Redesign of Current Programs May need to Form Partnerships Program Becomes More Expensive Longer Market Response Time

13 April 04, 2003CMA/ACCC/CAAHP Baccalaureate - Pre-existing Require Baccalaureate Entry to Training Graduate with Advanced Diploma Simplest Way to Achieve Goal

14 April 04, 2003CMA/ACCC/CAAHP Effects on Profession/Schools Minimal - Status Quo Timelines Can Remain The Same Current Programs Can Meet Standard Doesn’t Advance Profession Lose Injection of Fresh Ideas

15 April 04, 2003CMA/ACCC/CAAHP Where Do We Go From Here A Question Of “When” Not “IF” CSCP Must Have Full Debate Propose Resolution –Setting Parameters –Time Frame Hold Discussions With Stakeholders Amend If Necessary And Pass Resolution

16 April 04, 2003CMA/ACCC/CAAHP PROACTIVE NOT REACTIVE


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