pediRES-Q Update: February 2019

Greetings from the pediRES-Q Team!

News and Updates


  • A big SHOUT OUT to everyone who presented at the International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare (IMSH) conference this past weekend!

  • Congratulations to Betsy Hunt of Johns Hopkins University for receiving the Clinical Outcomes Research Award for her work on "CPR Coaches - CPR Optimization and ACHievement"

  • Congratulations to Adam Cheng and David Kessler for their INSPIRE poster presentation on "Influence of CPR Coaching and Provider Roles on Perception of CPR Quality During Simulated Pediatric Cardiac Arrest"


  • Coming up! At the Society of Critical Care Medicine, San Diego Feb 17-20:

  • Ivie Esangbedo will be delivering a presentation on "Is Pediatric CPR Quality Worse at Nights and on Weekends?"


  • All sites contributing cardiac arrest data to the REDCap database should have received a customized Q3 2018 Quarterly Report from Rich Hanna.

  • Please contact Rich if you did not, or if you wish to provide feedback on what you would like to see in the future. All feedback is welcome and appreciated!

  • If you require REDCap assistance, log-in support, or any other questions regarding REDCap data management, please contact Jamie Benfield.

  • GOALS! Once a REDCap entry is begun, it is due to be completed on the 15th of the following month (ex- Entry started on Jan. 2nd; completion due Feb 15th). Exceptions: patient has not yet been discharged (Outcomes form still open); Cold Debriefing has not yet been conducted (Cold Debriefing form still open).

The graphics below depicts data snapshots for January 2019. Sites have been de-identified for privacy purposes. If you have questions regarding individual site performance please contact Rich Hanna -

  • pediRES-Q Quarterly Enrollment: Per-quarter enrollment, split by age, over time.

  • pediRES-Q Cumulative Enrollment: Per-quarter enrollment, split by age, as a cumulative summation over time.

  • Cumulative Zoll Uploads: Total ZOLL file uploads for quality CPR analysis, as a cumulative summation over time.

Quarterly CPR Metrics: CCF, Depth, and Rate among age groups

(2015 to present [mid Q1-2019])

Feedback and recommendations for future reports welcome!

Please contact Rich Hanna.-

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