pediRES-Q Update: May 2020

Greetings from the pediRES-Q Team!

News and Updates

  • We hope everyone is staying safe and well during the COVID-19 outbreak. Thank you for all you do in pediRES-Q and around the world!

  • Resources for Resuscitation during COVID-19 have now been published on CHOP’s Center for Pediatric Resuscitation website!

  • Check out the new “Publications” page on pediRES-Q Website!

  • For all data request needs, you can now find the official pediRES-Q Data Request Form (DRF) available on in the website document library here.

  • The pediRES-Q Dashboard is now live and available for use by all of our institutions! Most sites have been invited to access the dashboard, contact Rich Hanna if you have not received an invitation (limit 3 users per institution).

Teleconference

  • The next pediRES-Q Teleconferences are scheduled for Tuesday, June 9th. Agendas distributed, we look forward to seeing you there! Topics will include 3 case reviews on unique forms of CPR.

Reminders!

  • 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 do not already, follow us on Twitter at @pediRESQ!

  • You can access the CPR Report Card Application and instructions on how to use it at: https://pediresq.shinyapps.io/CPR-Report-Card-App/

The graphics below depict data snapshots for May 2020. Sites have been de-identified for privacy purposes. If you have questions regarding individual site performance please contact Rich Hanna - hannar1@email.chop.edu

  • Quarterly CPR Metric Data: Metric data for CPR quality including CCF, Depth, and Rate by quarterly averages over time. Contact Rich Hanna for displays with Depth guidelines targets.

  • pediRES-Q Enrollment Totals: Current totals of REDCap activity, quality of CPR analyzable uploads, and contributing centers.

  • PCAC Compliance: Newly added radar charts ("spider grams") depict compliance levels of varying post cardiac arrest care metrics with guideline targets among stratified age categories.

Feedback and recommendations for future reports welcome!

Please contact Rich Hanna.- hannar1@email.chop.edu

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