Perception Versus Reality: A Closer Look at the Science and Education of Resuscitation Training
When you think of resuscitation training in the United States, it's not uncommon to jump to conclusions, especially in a shifting healthcare environment where regulation and policies are endlessly complex. But when the safety and outcomes of your patients are on the line, healthcare leaders across the care continuum deserve the facts.
Did you know that resuscitation guidelines in the United States are based on treatment recommendations established from a worldwide perspective? That's right - the International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation, or ILCOR, is responsible for reviewing resuscitation and CPR evidence and then develops a consensus on the science with treatment recommendations. These recommendations are what inform resuscitation guidelines in the United States - and they're meant to be shared.
Join us for a one-hour webinar, where Dr. Markenson, Chief Medical Officer, American Red Cross Training Services, will uncover common misconceptions around resuscitation science and education. As a healthcare leader, you're responsible for understanding the full impact of your resuscitation program. Together, let's commit to raising the bar on high-quality resuscitation training.