Evaluation of Nurses’ Perceptions on Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) Education.
Author(s): Tsaloukidis N, Michopoulou V, Peponi M, Papageorgiou D and Lazakidou ATsaloukidis N, Michopoulou V, Peponi M, Papageorgiou D and Lazakidou A
Background: One of the most common causes of death worldwide is sudden cardiac arrest. Nowadays, there is plethora of educational programs introducing basic life support skills among medical, paramedical stuff but also civilians. With the increasing use of computer technology, e-learning gains ground the recent years in several areas including medicine. Purpose: An opinion research was conducted, about whether e-learning classes of CPR, conventional classroom learning or a mixed pattern are preferable among nurses. Methods: Our study was conducted between August 2014 and April 2015 using an electronic survey uploaded in the official page of the National Regulatory Body of Nurses. In total 108 questionnaires were enrolled in the study after authenticity filtering. Results: 70% of the respo.. Read More»