• Manikin Fidelity

    Manikins that are anatomically similar to real-world application of skills and responsive to learner performance.

  • Team Training

    Learning that provides opportunity for teamwork and the interaction of roles in a simulated environment.

  • Experiential (Emotion)

    Learning environment that is reflective of the stress and emotion involved during the real-world application of knowledge and/or skills.

  • Real-world Relevance

    Learning that is applicable to an individual’s scope of practice, including environment, emotion, and use of skill.

  • In-Situ Training

    Training that occurs in an environment or space where the real-life application of a skill would occur.

— Contextual Learning Research —

Resuscitation Education Science: Educational Strategies to Improve Outcomes From Cardiac Arrest: A Scientific Statement From the American Heart Association

In order to increase educational efficiency in Utstein’s Formula of Survival, instructional design enhancements for CPR training have been identified to increase educational outcomes, patient outcomes, and survival after cardiac ...