CPR is inherently inefficient; it provides only 10% to 30% of normal blood flow to the heart and 30% to 40% of normal blood flow to the brain even when delivered according to guidelines. This inefficiency highlights the need for trained rescuers to deliver the highest-quality CPR possible.1
Today, training resources are being stretched more than ever. Trainers are overwhelmed, classroom space is limited, and schedules are conflicted. This can make it difficult to ensure quality CPR training and demonstrate adherence to protocols. Every patient deserves the best-developed workforce.
Traditional CPR training not only has a direct cost in terms of replacement staff and fees for instructors, but there are also indirect costs, such as the loss of time on the job, which can result in reduced patient care.
Streamlined resuscitation training
By using eLearning technology and standardized skills feedback, organizations can effectively achieve training goals and be confident that learners are armed with quality training that meets industry standards and saves lives.