Cpr Journal of Nursing

So... How Can We Better Learn CPR?

So... How Can We Better Learn CPR?

Tags: cpr Nurse Education

An essay on how I think teaching CPR for the benefit of the science of CPR is more valuable than having nurses learn CPR online followed by manikin practice thereafter.

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Teach Your Children CPR

Teach Your Children CPR

Tags: adolescents children cpr teaching

CPR is a skill most anyone including our own children can learn. It is a skill that needs to be taught in all schools. We should not underestimate our youth being able to save someone's life by performing CPR.

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Family Presence During CPR in the Emergency Department 

Family Presence During CPR in the Emergency Department 

Tags: Bedside Manner cpr critical care emergency emergency department Emergency nurse family Family Presence nurse

A descriptive survey conducted in 2000 (Myers, et al 2000) investigated attitudes and beliefs of patients’ families and ER staff members about FWR. The survey reported that 98% of patients’ families indicated that they had a right to be present and would do it and would participate in FWR again; 100% of family members said that FWR was helpful to them, and 95% said it was helpful for the patient. It also showed that 70% of professionals surveyed after their participation in FWR actually produced a higher level of “professional” behavior along with a more “professional” bedside dialog amongst the health care team. The survey also indicated that having the family in the resuscitation room prompted the staff to take the patient’s dignity, privacy, and need for pain management into greater consideration when compared to an un-witnessed resuscitation effort. (Myers, et al 2000)

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