The Science is Clear and Available to Everyone.

The American Red Cross Resuscitation Suite™ for BLS, ALS and PALS aligns with guidelines used in other U.S. CPR training and quality improvement programs for healthcare providers.

Research is only effective when shared. When developing the consensus on science with treatment recommendations (CoSTR), the International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation (ILCOR) looks directly to the research and evidence to help shape these global foundational guidelines. Resuscitation experts around the world use the CoSTR as the scientific basis for the content they develop. 

 

ARCRC Real Videos

 

 

Real Professionals.
Real Environments.
Real Practice.

The American Red Cross Resuscitation Suite™ uses powerful video, featuring real clinicians in real environments. By connecting to real-world scenarios, learners can easily master both technical and non-technical skill and experience a clearer depiction of realistic CPR situations.

When all clinicians and caregivers are both competent and confident, lives are saved. For mobile staff, the content works with smartphones, tablets, and laptops.  Developing high-performing teams has never been easier.

 

 

Reduce Time to Competence with Adaptive Learning.

Delivering care looks different for providers across the care continuum, but the need for resuscitation competence is consistent across all care environments. Instead of a one-size-fits-all approach, the American Red Cross Resuscitation Suite™ features high impact, adaptive learning design, allowing leaders to customize training for any staff member within an organization. By utilizing pre-assessments, each student will experience an automated, personalized learning plan to optimize seat time and learner retention.

Additionally, the program features mastery-based team response scenarios and purposeful debriefing to maximize true competency development and self-efficacy.

ARCRC Pre-Assessment

skills check

 

 

Light Travels Faster Than Sound...
Adapt in Real-Time.

When performing the proper compression rate in CPR practice, immediate feedback is critical to ensure accuracy. Audio can’t keep up, making it difficult to adapt in an effective and timely manner. By leveraging the most modern manikins and visual indicators, learners can evaluate the efficacy of compressions by identifying brain perfusion through LED lighting.

Learners will also receive performance feedback on compression depth, hand position, number of cycles, and ventilation volume. Designed to positively progress student competence and confidence, the training process is seamless, quantitative and highly visual.

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