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Importance of Conclusion
Brief, monthly practice sessions helped providers retain CPR psychomotor skills and improved these skills over baseline.
- Studies have documented that nurses and physicians, even when trained in CPR, often don’t perform high-quality CPR.
- Ineffective initial training may cause poor CPR skills performance, but it is more likely the result of providers unable to retain these skills.
- Providers do not retain CPR skills for long without refreshers and practice.
- Practicing for a few minutes a month effectively maintained and improved CPR psychomotor skills.
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