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Importance of Conclusion
Automated testing with feedback effectively detected emergency nurses who needed CPR retraining; this type of training and retesting improved skills to a predefined pass level.
- Nurses have a professional responsibility to remain competent in CPR through regular updates.
- The proportion of nurses achieving a pass level was low enough to confirm rapid skill decay.
- Because not all nurses trained until success, achieving CPR competence remains an important individual and institutional motivational challenge.
- The use of frequent assessments may identify those individuals requiring additional training.
- According to several investigators the most powerful tool for learning improvement consist in delivering individualized feedback and feedforward after a test.
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