The American College of Clinical Engineering (ACCE) has published a survey designed to collect feedback about the scope of practice and knowledge for clinical engineers during their day-to-day work. The results of the 2015 Body of Knowledge survey will be compiled and analyzed by ACCE for use by the United States and Canadian Board of Examiners for Certification in Clinical Engineering to design the Certification in Clinical Engineering exam.

The organization says that participation from clinical engineering professionals is necessary to determine how the discipline is practiced today, and to ensure that the certification exam reflects the actual body of knowledge needed in the profession.

The 10-minute survey is available for completion on the ACCE website. It will remain open until October 7.