Greetings from the pediRES-Q Team!
News and Updates
A big Shout-Out to Tia Raymond for her poster presentation on "Post-Cardiac Arrest Care Guidelines and Survival to Discharge in a Pediatric International Resuscitation Collaborative" at Cardiology 2019 in Huntington Beach, CA, Feb 13-17
Congratulations to Ivie Esangbedo for her oral presentation on "Is Pediatric CPR Quality Worse at Nights and on Weekends?" at the Society of Critical Care Medicine in San Diego, CA, Feb 17-20.
And other cool things....
The pediRES-Q QI Committee will be creating an introductory "Chalk Talk" video on Cold Debriefing headed by CHOP's own Heather Wolfe. Keep posted for instructions on how to access once completed!
Our pediRES-Q-resident Rock Star, Tia Raymond, will be providing a webinar hosted by the AHA on "Hospital Rates of Delayed Epinephrine and Outcomes" on Tue, Mar 5, 2019 from 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EST. Tia will discuss her recent publication in Pediatric Critical Care Medicine, "The Association of Hospital-Rate of Delayed Epinephrine Administration with Survival to Discharge for Pediatric Non-shockable In-Hospital Cardiac Arrest". You can register HERE for the webinar.
GOALS! Once a REDCap entry has been initiated, completion is due by the 15th of the following month (ex- Entry start on Jan. 2nd; completion due Feb 15th). Exceptions: Patient has not yet been discharged (Outcomes form will remain open); Cold Debriefing has not yet been conducted (Cold Debriefing form will remain open).
If you require REDCap assistance, log-in support, or any other questions regarding REDCap data management, please contact Jamie Benfield - firstname.lastname@example.org.
The graphics below depict data snapshots for February 2019. Sites have been de-identified for privacy purposes. If you have questions regarding individual site performance please contact Rich Hanna - email@example.com
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.- firstname.lastname@example.org