To increase the likelihood that a learner will truly acquire key resuscitation skills, activities need to allow a learner to continue practicing until they demonstrate mastery, known as mastery learning.
Shorter learning sessions every few months may improve learning outcomes.
A core concept for resuscitation training is to use training experiences that apply to learners' real-world scope of practice.
Prebriefing, feedback, and debriefing can improve resuscitation education.
Assessing learner competence is a critical part of developing high-quality resuscitation teams.
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