Evaluating Online Training Tools in Pediatric Resuscitation

Evaluation of Online Training Tools in Pediatric Resuscitation

The primary objective is to conduct a randomized controlled trial (RCT) to assess the impact of an online skills training module on 1) individual providers' self-rated confidence and comfort with and current practice of family centered care (FCC) skills; and 2) assess team performance of FCC and resuscitative care skills during simulated pediatric resuscitation scenarios.

No pharmaceutical medication involved
Patients and healthy individuals accepted

Device - FACETS: Pediatric Resuscitation

Family-centered & Trauma-informed Support in Pediatric Resuscitation (FACETS: Pediatric Resuscitation) is an online skills training module for health care professionals involved in pediatric resuscitation in general EDs. The module combines didactic information and scenario-based learning with opportunities for the learner to practice applying their knowledge of FCC practices at key choice points in realistic pediatric resuscitation case scenarios. Training content is guided by evidence regardin more on

Device - Control

An online training module in which participants will receive information and policy education about national pediatric readiness standards for all EDs (including a brief mention of family-centered care as one of these standards), with no specific skills training in FCC. The module provides practice-relevant knowledge related to pediatric differences and pediatric readiness

Randomized Controlled Trial (RCT) to Evaluate the Impact of Online Training Tools Related to Pediatric Resuscitation in General EDs