Frequently Asked Questions

Our frequently asked questions Section below has all the answers to commonly asked questions. If you need anything specific that is not shown below, use the contact form below.

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I would like to become a Clinical Perfusion Scientist. What do I need to do?

We are pleased to hear you are interested in joining our profession. To view more information on becoming a Clinical Perfusion Scientist please click HERE.

How do I submit and article for potential publication in the Perfusionist?

We invite articles from Clinical Perfusion Scientists in Great Britain and Ireland and overseas as well as other health professionals with an interest in cardiac surgery and perfusion. Please contact the editor by clicking HERE. - your submitted articles will be considered for publication.

How do I submit a safety issue to the Safety Committee?

We are sorry to hear you have had a safety issue. It is our aim to initially provide a focal point for the reporting of perfusion safety related incidents and subsequently disseminate information in a timely manner to our membership to help provide a safe environment for the patients we treat. Please complete the online safety form by clicking HERE. We will contact you once the Safety Committee has reviewed your submission.

How do I contact the Society of Clinical Perfusion Scientists of Great Britain and Ireland?

We would love to hear your thoughts and comments. Please use the contact form at the bottom of our site or email our administrator directly HERE.

How do I join the Society of Clinical Perfusion Scientists of Great Britain and Ireland?

We are really pleased you would like to join our ever growing Society. There are many benefits to becoming an SCPS member - click HERE to view membership information page.


I am trying to find if a Clinical Perfusion Scientist is registered with the College of Clinical Perfusion Scientists of Great Britain and Ireland - how do I do this?

The College of Clinical Perfusion Scientists (CCPS) of Great Britain and Ireland keeps a voluntary register of all qualified clinical perfusion scientists from Great Britain and Ireland who are registered with the CCPS. Please use our search HERE.


I am an ECMO nurse and would like to submit an abstract to present at your AGM - is this possible?

Our diverse AGM has speakers from all aspects of cardiac surgery and perfusion. If you would like to have your abstract considered for this years AGM, please contact us HERE.

I am an overseas Clinical Perfusion Scientist - can I attend your AGM?

We welcome overseas delegates and speakers (abstract acceptance depending) to attend our AGM. While the SCPS does not directly get involved with travel visa applications for delegates travelling from abroad, we are happy to produce a PDF invitation letter which can be included as a supporting document. Please see more information HERE.


I would like to advertise my perfusion related products on your website - how do I do this?

Our members love learning about new products. Please contact our administrator for more information by clicking HERE.

Does the SCPS have MedTech approval?

The Society of Clinical Perfusion Scientists of Great Britain and Ireland has Ethical MedTeach approval for the 2019 AGM. To see more details please click HERE.

I would like to exhibit at your AGM - how do I do this?

We welcome sponsors from industry to our AGM. We have various packages to meet your exact needs. Please visit our Sponsors page by clicking HERE for more information.

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