Skip to main content

You must be logged in to purchase this course.

Existing users login here | New users register here

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. 

Learning Objectives:

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

  • Format
  • Duration
    30 min.
  • Credits
    .5 CE
  • After passing the course, your certificate will be available for download here.