Survival from in- or out-of-hospital cardiac arrest remains unacceptably low and is the leading cause of death globally. Yet survival rates can dramatically improve with evidence-based strategies and solutions for improving CPR and resuscitation response. This CE webinar series highlights actionable information that can make a difference to all those involved in resuscitation care, including nurses and respiratory therapists.
Roadmap for Improving CPR and
Jennifer Hayes, MSN, RN, CCRN-K
Using Debriefing Data to Improve
Heather Wolfe, MD
Data-driven debriefing is a key focus in the review of cardiac arrest response programs in the hospital. In this webinar, we look at one large center’s journey in using data for process improvement.
Best Practices in Adult
Clinical Nurse Specialist
Ochsner Health, Louisiana
Debriefing provides the opportunity to discuss interactions within the clinical environment to improve performance in the future. Debriefings are categorized by time in relation to the initial event, with “hot” debriefings occurring in the minutes to hours following the event and “cold” debriefings occurring in the days to weeks following an incident.