RQI Mastery Learning

RQI Mastery Learning

To transform resuscitation practices, RQI embeds the proven elements of mastery learning cited in the AHA’s Resuscitation Education Science: Educational Strategies to Improve Outcomes from Cardiac Arrest.

The RQI Mastery Learning and Curricula consists of both skills assessments and cognitive assessments delivered in a “low-dose, high-frequency” methodology. Using a unique blend of cognitive learning and applied skills practice, our Mastery Learning and Curricula delivers content via videos, interactive exercises and simulated patient cases. Topic-specific cognitive assignments are administered on a fixed schedule in a “low dose, high frequency” approach and paired with psychomotor skills assessments completed at the RQI Skills Station.

After successful completion of an RQI Healthcare Provider: Entry or Prep assignment, all participants will be enrolled in the RQI Healthcare Provider perpetual curriculum. Compliance with core skills and cognitive knowledge activities will result in active AHA eCredential status. This status updates quarterly with successful completion of all assigned activities.

Delivering learning and skills practice quarterly — rather than on a traditional two-year training cycle — mitigates skills decay, which translates into saving more lives.

RQI programs are supported by a dedicated Impact Manager, who provides technical assistance, reporting and advisory services to help maximize learner outcomes. Program content is automatically updated with the most current AHA guidelines and science to deliver the highest quality instruction and most effective results possible.

The Learner Journey

The Learner Journey Diagram. Extended description below chart.

Detailed description of the chart
Our curriculum cycle is broken into quarterly sessions consisting of eLearning Cognitive Assessment Activities, core skills (course dependent).

The time is now to save more lives. Learn how RQI can help.

The time is now to save more lives. Learn how RQI can help.

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