Basic life support is effectively taught in groups of three, five and eight medical students: a prospective, randomized study

@inproceedings{Mahling2014BasicLS,
  title={Basic life support is effectively taught in groups of three, five and eight medical students: a prospective, randomized study},
  author={Moritz Mahling and Alexander M{\"u}nch and Sebastian Schenk and Stephan Volkert and Andreas Rein and Uwe Teichner and Pascal Piontek and Leopold Haffner and Daniel Heine and Andreas Manger and J{\"o}rg Reutershan and Peter Rosenberger and Anne Herrmann-Werner and Stephan Zipfel and Nora Celebi},
  booktitle={BMC medical education},
  year={2014}
}
BACKGROUND Resuscitation is a life-saving measure usually instructed in simulation sessions. Small-group teaching is effective. However, feasible group sizes for resuscitation classes are unknown. We investigated the impact of different group sizes on the outcome of resuscitation training. METHODS Medical students (n = 74) were randomized to courses with three, five or eight participants per tutor. The course duration was adjusted according to the group size, so that there was a time slot of… CONTINUE READING
Recent Discussions
This paper has been referenced on Twitter 4 times over the past 90 days. VIEW TWEETS
0 Citations
29 References
Similar Papers

References

Publications referenced by this paper.
Showing 1-10 of 29 references

Developmental patterns in small and large groups

  • SA Wheelan, RL Mckeage
  • Small Group Res
  • 1993
Highly Influential
3 Excerpts

A Language and Environment for Statistical Computing. 300th edition

  • RC RTeam
  • Vienna, Austria: R Foundation for Statistical…
  • 2013
1 Excerpt

Bottiger B, Group ERCGW: European resuscitation council guidelines for resuscitation

  • JP Nolan, J Soar, +5 authors J Wyllie
  • Executive summary. Resuscitation
  • 2010
1 Excerpt

Similar Papers

Loading similar papers…