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Leadership of resuscitation teams: "Lighthouse Leadership'.
AIM The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship between leadership behaviour, team dynamics and task performance. METHODS This was as an observational study, using video recordingsExpand
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Developing leaders for advanced life support: evaluation of a training programme.
AIM To evaluate the effectiveness of a leadership development seminar introduced into the Resuscitation Council (UK) Advanced Life Support (ALS) Provider course. METHODS Observational assessmentsExpand
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Predicting survival, in-hospital cardiac arrests: resuscitation survival variables and training effectiveness.
AIM the purpose of this study was to determine the key factors influencing survival from cardiopulmonary resuscitation and to analyse the effectiveness of a resuscitation training programme. METHODExpand
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A review of educational issues in resuscitation training.
This paper considers a number of concerns about resuscitation training. Poor retention of skills and the factors which affect understanding and memory, as well as the need for a positive attitudeExpand
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Resuscitation Predictor Scoring Scale for inhospital cardiac arrests
Objectives: The purpose of this study was to determine the key factors influencing survival from cardiopulmonary resuscitation attempts and to produce a survival predictor scale for use during aExpand
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Prolonged resuscitation: a case report.
This report illustrates a case of prolonged resuscitation (without hypothermia) with a return of spontaneous circulation (ROSC) after 1 h of resuscitation in a hospital car park and emergencyExpand
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Gone the 'Good Samaritan'!: resuscitation and litigation.
  • S. Cooper
  • Medicine
  • Journal of clinical nursing
  • 1994
A population-based cross- sectional study of social networks and demography in older compared with younger adults with learning disabilities
This report describes a comprehensive population-based study of people with learning disabilities aged 65 years or over, living in Leicestershire, UK (n = 134), compared with a randomly selectedExpand
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