Teaching Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Via the Web

Peterson, Ronnie
June 2006
Critical Care Nurse;Jun2006, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p55
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the teaching of cardiopulmonary resuscitation via the Internet. Computer-based training offers critical care nurses, who often have little time to attend mandatory review training sessions, the convenience of training when the individual has the desire, time and necessity for learning. Staff educators can use the Internet as an efficient tool for posting assignments, uploading multimedia critical care presentations, and downloading files.


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