Resuscitation Quality Improvement (RQI)
Implementing spaced learning and directive feedback for “perfect practice”
Digital CPR-learning solution for Canadian hospitals
Many healthcare providers do not perform CPR as a normal part of their daily practice, and some may rarely perform CPR after completing their training course. As CPR compression and ventilation skills degrade from lack of use and practice, so does the overall effectiveness of CPR. As the quality of CPR degrades, this can literally become a matter of life and death for patients. Fortunately, you don’t have to invest hours every day to improve and maintain your proficiency. Brief and regular practice in CPR – low-dose/high-frequency education – has been shown to lead to better skills.
The American Heart Association’s (AHA) Resuscitation Quality Improvement (RQI) programs, supported and endorsed by the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada, offer:
- a high-reliability platform for simulation-based mastery learning that measures and verifies competence,
- low-dose, high-frequency quality improvement sessions to prevent skill decay,
- standardized skills assessment featuring real-time, audiovisual corrective feedback and performance summaries for high-quality CPR skills,
- smart adaptive eLearning and self-directed skills assessment that support safely distanced education,
- self-paced learning that can be completed at the point of care and as the providers’ schedules allow,
- and co-branded AHA and Heart and Stroke eCertifications for Healthcare Provider (BLS), ALS, and PALS.
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