Perfusion

Utilizing qualitative research to improve clinical outcomes.

The fundamental purpose of qualitative research is to understand better why a particular group behaves as it does. The numbers produced by quantitative research only scratch the surface of these types of questions, being more about learning which sub-groups are essential and how much they may vary in behaviors and responses. In comparison, qualitative research …

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Paving the way to improve patient safety and quality of Perfusion Services.

Kevin McCusker Ph.D., MSc, CCP, Chief Research Scientist Professor Serdar Gunaydin M.D, Ph.D. Fundamentally, science is not a competition or a zero-sum game; it is neither a chess match nor a wrestling contest. It is an infinite-sum game from which we all benefit. The outcome of the scientific process is not up to the practitioners …

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Real-Time Perfusion Monitoring

Scientist-Perfusionists convert scientific findings into clinically relevant applications.

Kevin McCusker Ph.D., MSc, CCP, Chief Research Scientist Professor Serdar Gunaydin M.D, Ph.D. Traditionally, scientists have bridged the gap between the clinic and the laboratory. Scientist-Perfusionists now hold professional degrees related to clinical care (i.e., Ph.D., CCP, RN, RRT, and MT) but spend most of their time in the clinical arena. Through our unique combination …

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