Building High-Performance Resuscitation Teams
Resuscitation Workshops: Training for Better Outcomes
The Resuscitation Workshops are designed to help organisations, departments and agencies improve team performance in resuscitation and help increase survival rates from OHCA and IHCA. The workshops accomplish this through simulation with a focus on refining leadership's follow-through on measurement debriefing and deliberate practice in CPR.
Workshop attendees will learn how to:
- Use science-based metric measurements (rate, depth, recoil, ventilation, and CCF), assessment, and feedback to improve CPR skills and maintain competency
- Plan for team roles, responsibilities and processes using simulation
- Practice for leadership skills along with common team language and standardised practices
- Simulate the change in environment to develop situational awareness
- Foster assertive patient safety-centric communication
- Change teams or environment to promote adaptive behavior
We are pleased to offer these workshops for free!
8:30am - 1:30pm
10 August, 2022
QLD Combined Emergency Services Academy (QCESA)
15 Howard Smith Drive
Port of Brisbane, QLD 4178
8:30am - 1:30pm
Tailored Content for Better Learning
These workshops feature educational content in the form of:
- Hands-on Training
- Peer-to-Peer Networking
Each workshop lasts 4-5 hours.
The Best Teams Train as Teams
These workshops are built for a variety of different organisations, departments and agencies, such as:
- Fire Agencies
- Law Enforcement
- And more…
Each workshop can consist of 18-30 attendees from 6-10 agencies/organisations.
Attend and/or Host a Workshop
These Resuscitation Workshops are hosted at our partners’ facilities and presented by the Laerdal Medical EMS team.
Up to 48%
ROSC Rates Reached
A commitment to High-Performance CPR Leads to Higher Survival Rates
In 2017, Davie Fire made the commitment of implementing a High-Performance CPR model for cardiac arrest management. The painful realization that our firefighter/paramedics were simply, not good at CPR, was an eye-opening experience. The personnel (175 people) learned how proper compression depth, recoil, rate, pauses, ventilation rate and volume all led to higher scores, which translates to more survivors from cardiac arrest.
"We believe that our agency can be used as a best practices model of how to implement the life-saving program and how our partnership with Laerdal has been used to more than triple our survival rates from out-of-hospital cardiac arrests."
Julie Downey, Fire Chief - Davie Fire Rescue Department