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June 10, 2019

Johns Hopkins Children’s Center Uses CODE ACES2 & Simulation to Improve CPR Quality

In 2013, Johns Hopkins Children’s Center started developing a new approach to CPR—Coaching, Objective‐Data Evaluation, Action‐linked phrases, Choreography, Ergonomics, Structured debriefing, and Simulation (CODE ACES²). The children’s hospital recently published research on the approach, which increased achievement of excellent CPR based on American Heart Association guidelines from 19.9% of resuscitation events to 44.3%! Let’s take [...]

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May 16, 2016

Media Covers May BMJ Article: “Medical Error 3rd Leading Cause of Death in U.S.” – Call for New Hashtag #SimToZero!

Earlier this month the BMJ published a study by medical researchers from John Hopkins which provided a deeper analysis into the 2014 Journal of Patient Safety. Check out more about the new article here, and listen to this BMJ Podcast interview about the research:

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