"Some perfusion schools just do academic work. Not here. We start off observing in the OR and doing academic work. Then we start doing the perfusion work. It's intense, but someone's always watching you. They won't let you do anything wrong. They don't expect you to know everything. You're supposed to ask questions." —T. Patel
Risk Management Training For Perfusionists
Are there holes in your practice that leave you open to litigation?
While Crisis management focuses on how to get out of trouble, risk management focuses on how to stay out of trouble. Through lecture and simulation the participants are prepared to reduce their risk of developing a crisis through thoughtful application of prepared protocols, clear communication, documentation, vigilance and professional attitudes.