PiCSA is proud to announce the release of the Cardiac Catheterisation Laboratory Competency Document!
The Cardiac Catheterisation Laboratory Competency Document, meticulously crafted by PiCSA, in consultation with cardiology departments around Australia, serves as an invaluable resource for the cardiac physiology community. Developed with the aim of guiding staff training and assessing competency within the Cardiac Physiologist role in the cath lab, this document hopes to set a new standard of excellence in the field.
A special note of gratitude is extended to the recent Chair of PiCSA, Dean Metwally, whose unwavering dedication and countless hours of hard work have been instrumental in shaping this comprehensive guide. His commitment to advancing cardiac physiology education has resulted in a document that will define and solidify the role of Cardiac Physiologists in the cath lab.
PiCSA would also like to extend its heartfelt thanks to Canberra Health for their strong and invaluable contributions to this endeavour. Collaboration with esteemed healthcare institutions such as Canberra Health ensures the utmost accuracy and relevance of the document’s content.
As PiCSA strives for continuous improvement, we welcome feedback from the cardiac physiology community. If you have insights, suggestions, or ideas for future revisions, please don’t hesitate to share your thoughts by reaching out to email@example.com.
This document can be found under the Core Documents section of the PiCSA website. With the Cardiac Catheterisation Laboratory Competency Document, PiCSA reaffirms its commitment to enhancing patient care, promoting excellence in cardiac physiology, and fostering a community of highly skilled and knowledgeable professionals.