Perfusion Appreciation Week - May 1-5, 2017
AmSECT Perfusion Appreciation Week is May 1-5, 2017. Celebrate with your colleagues and team members, and share your photos and stories with AmSECT. Use #perfusionweek and tag @AmSECT on Facebook and @amsectperfusion on Twitter, or email us at email@example.com.
The purpose of Perfusion Appreciation Week is to bring awareness to the perfusionist's role. Perfusionists assume a crucial role within the cardiovascular surgical team, and are essential to patient care. Thank you for all you do!
Templates to Use and Share
In order to enhance your celebration, please use any of the following messages on your personal or professional channels.
Sample Social Posts
- So thankful to be part of a great team at [facility name]. Wishing everyone a very happy Perfusion Appreciation Week! #perfusionweek
- No better time than Perfusion Appreciation Week to take a moment and say thank you to my fellow perfusionists. #perfusionweek
- Thank you to all of my fellow perfusionists! So proud to work alongside you in this critical field. #perfusionweek
- Happy Perfusion Appreciation Week! Thank you for your relentless dedication to provide the highest level of patient care. #perfusionweek
Sample News Release
For Immediate Release
(City, State) (Date) – Join [your facility] during AmSECT Perfusion Appreciation Week, May 1-5, 2017, to celebrate the life-saving impact of perfusionists. [Your facility] is hosting an [open house/lecture/risk appraisal/etc]> for the public on [date/time] at [address] to honor the role perfusionists have in the management of the physiological and metabolic needs of the cardiac surgical patient.
This year’s theme, “Serving at the Heart of the Matter,” brings awareness to the perfusionist's role. Perfusionists assume a crucial role within the cardiovascular surgical team, as they are responsible for operating the heart-lung (cardiopulmonary bypass) machine. The operation of the heart-lung machine allows perfusionists to manage a patient's circulatory and respiratory functions without any blood passing through the heart.
About [Your Facility]
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