I’m working on a CPR improvement program for my agency. The goal, more than anything else, is simply to practice skills we don’t perform very often. More specifically though, we want to work on both the clinical aspects as well as the leadership and management aspects of running a resuscitation (you might be noticing a theme with some of my interests).
So another medic and I (you know who you are) have been working on the logistics of it. It took a little bit of time and consideration, but using the High-Performance CPR Toolkit and a number of CPR leadership studies, we developed these score sheets to quantify, evaluate, and track the quality of simulations in our company.
My question to you is, do you have something similar at your company or training institution? What do you think of the scales on the clinical sheet? I feel as though those are hard to develop until you actually see a scenario or two. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated.
*I found the tense discrepancies in the leadership scoring sheet and fixed it on the original
**the clinical evaluation includes QCPR data that allows us to look at compression depth, rate, etc.