Laerdal Medical Resuscitation Quality Improvement (RQI) Program
The Resuscitation Quality Improvement (RQI) programs help organizations meet BLS quality and compliance goals utilizing ANZCOR-aligned training, delivered at the point of care.
Healthcare staff shortages, exacerbated by the COVID pandemic, have put pressure on healthcare systems around the world. Meanwhile, scheduling of traditional BLS trainings and tracking compliance have become an even greater challenge with increased staff turnover and healthcare providers pressed for time. The result: healthcare organizations are struggling with staff compliance for BLS training.
The Resuscitation Quality Improvement (RQI) programs allow healthcare professionals to obtain BLS credentials and improve their CPR competence through an automated education solution that is delivered in brief sessions at the workplace. Aligned with ANZCOR guidelines, RQI programs offer self-directed hands-on skills practice and cognitive learning using a low-dose, high-frequency model.
The convenience of obtaining BLS credentials in short sessions at the workplace allows healthcare professionals to focus on what’s important – delivering quality care to every patient, every time.
Automated BLS training
ANZCOR-aligned, self-directed training is conducted continuously in short sessions at the point of care
True Adaptive eLearning
An innovative algorithm adapts the program entry assignment to the provider’s level of expertise
Hands-on skills training with feedback
Low-dose, high-frequency skills sessions prevent skill decay and feature audiovisual feedback
Measure and improve
RQI Analytics provides insights and trends for compliance and performance over time
RQI verified CPR competence is the higher standard of care, demonstrated to improve clinical care delivery and to increase survival from sudden cardiac arrest.
Verified & confident
Frequent but short refresher training sessions make it easier to fit training into your schedule, at the point of care, while preventing skills decay.
Objective skills feedback
Standardized skills training is completed on a Simulation Station featuring real-time, audiovisual directive feedback for high-quality CPR skills.
Skills are assessed upon entry into the RQI program and again once every year to show the improvement in CPR scores.
Effective and convenient
True Adaptive Learning
Within the program entry assignment, an innovative algorithm adapts education to each learner’s level of expertise to deliver the most efficient learning path.
Anytime, anywhere, on any device
Featuring responsive design, the eLearning portion can be accessed online anytime, anywhere on a variety of devices.
*Program options without cognitive eLearning available. Inquire for more information.
The ROI of RQI
Short training sessions at your convenience
Allow your healthcare providers to conduct short training sessions, on their floor of the hospital, when it suits them.
Reduced investments and maintenance
The RQI subscription model reduces capital investments, lowers future maintenance costs, and provides support on anything from equipment to software.
Certificates from RQI, available in the course language, are simple to administer and keep track of employee credentials.
Low-dose, high-frequency training is the foundation of the Resuscitation Quality Improvement (RQI) programs that measure and verify competence, to help healthcare providers retain life-saving skills.
Learn how the RQI program can help improve resuscitation quality at your hospital.
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Matt Johnson, Cabrini Health, Australia
1. Kardong-Edgren et al., Baseline Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Skill Performance of Nursing Students is Improved After One Resuscitation Quality Improvement Skill Refresher. Journal for Nurses in Professional Development. 2020; 36(2): 57-62
2. Klacman, A. Barnes, D., & Wang, J. The Effects of a Novel Quarterly Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Training Program on Hospital Basic Life Support Providers’ Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Skill Performance. Journal for Nurses in Professional Development. 2021
3. Dudzik et al., Implementation of a Low-Dose, High-Frequency Cardiac Resuscitation Quality Improvement Program in a Community Hospital. The Joint Commission Journal on Quality and Patient Safety. 2019; 000: 1-9
4. Donoghue, A. et al. Longitudinal effect of high frequency training on CPR performance during simulated and actual pediatric cardiac arrest. Resuscitation Plus. 2021
5. Panchal et al. Low Dose-High Frequency, Case Based Psychomotor CPR Training Improves Compression Fraction For Patients With In-Hospital Cardiac Arrest. European Resuscitation Council. 2020; 146: P26-P31