The Health Sciences Education and Research Commons' (HSERC) conducts educational research to advance evidence for best practices in interprofessional health team education, health professional collaborative practice, and the use of technology to support and enhance teaching and learning.
CPR Training in a simulated clinical environment
Despite advances in medicine over the last several decades in intensive care medicine, one of the few treatments that has been shown to improve outcome after a patient's heart stops is high quality cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). However, the quality of CPR provided, even in hospitals, is low. Part of the reason for this may be related to how CPR is taught to health care professionals. Learn more about this research project