267 CMR 4.03 - Scope of Practice for Students in Perfusion Training Programs

A student who is duly enrolled in a perfusion education program may perform any or all of the functions and/or services enumerated in 267 CMR 4.01, as long as:

(1) The perfusion education program in which the student is enrolled meets the educational standards established by the Accreditation Committee for Perfusion Education and which has been approved by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs or its successor, or which has otherwise been approved by the Board;
(2) The student is performing all such perfusion services as an integral part of his or her course of study in that perfusion education program;
(3) The student performs all such perfusion services under the direct supervision of a perfusionist who has been duly licensed by the Board pursuant to 267 CMR 3.04: Application for Full Licensure or 3.05: Application for Full Licensure by Reciprocity;
(4) The licensed perfusionist who is providing supervision to the student pursuant to 267 CMR 3.02(5)(c) has been specifically assigned to provide such supervision to that student, and is on duty and immediately available in the same room in which the student is performing or providing the perfusion services;
(5) The student is designated and identified by a title which clearly indicates his or her status as a student or trainee; and
(6) All applicable requirements of 267 CMR 4.01 are otherwise met.

Notes

267 CMR 4.03
Amended by Mass Register Issue 1344, eff. 7/28/2017.

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