Class Dismissed: Why High-Frequency, High-Intensity Training May Be Superior
Now that the world of hospital professional development has taken advantage of new ways to train for CPR and ACLS, it's time to see how a program like this works for prehospital provider education. Many trainers are looking for programs that are easy to use and easy to manage and provide high-frequency training on CPR and ACLS.
Understand how the RQI system works for both the user and administrator
Define the effect the RQI program has had on CPR abilities, analytics, feedback, and ROSC;
Define the cost savings associated with the replacement of classroom-based education with training that can be done in service between calls;
Critical Care Medicine: October 2008 - Volume 36 - Issue 10 - p 2817-2822
- Cost $4.95