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Training Contemporary levels of cardiopulmonary resuscitation training in Denmark

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title = "Training Contemporary levels of cardiopulmonary resuscitation training in Denmark",
abstract = "Aim: Many efforts have been made to train the Danish population in cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and automated external defibrillator (AED) use. We assessed CPR and AED training levels among the broad Danish population and volunteer responders. Methods: In November 2018, an electronic cross-sectional survey was sent to (1) a representative sample of the general Danish population (by YouGov) and (2) all volunteer responders in the Capital Region of Denmark. Results: A total of 2,085 people from the general population and 7,768 volunteer responders (response rate 36%) completed the survey. Comparing the general Danish population with volunteer responders, 81.0% (95% CI 79.2–82.7%) vs. 99.2% (95% CI 99.0–99.4%) p < 0.001 reported CPR training, and 54.0% (95% CI 51.8; 56.2) vs. 89.5% (95% CI 88.9–90.2) p < 0.001 reported AED training, at some point in life. In the general population, the unemployed and the self-employed had the lowest proportion of training with CPR training at 71.9% (95% CI 68.3–75.4%) and 65.4% (95% CI 53.8–75.8%) and AED training at 39.0% (95% CI 35.2–42.9%) and 34.6% (95% CI 24.2–46.2%), respectively. Applicable to both populations, the workplace was the most frequent training provider. Among 18–29-year-olds in the general population, most reported training when acquiring a driver's license. Conclusions: A large majority of the Danish population and volunteer responders reported previous CPR/AED training. Mandatory training when acquiring a driver's license and training through the workplace seems to disseminate CPR/AED training effectively. However, new strategies reaching the unemployed and self-employed are warranted to ensure equal access.",
keywords = "Automated external defibrillators, Cardiopulmonary resuscitation training, Out-of-hospital cardiac arrest, Resuscitation, Volunteer responders",
author = "{Juul Grabmayr}, Anne and Linn Andelius and {Bo Christensen}, Nanna and Fredrik Folke and {Bundgaard Ringgren}, Kristian and Christian Torp-Pedersen and Gunnar Gislason and Jensen, {Theo Walther} and {Rolin Kragh}, Astrid and {Tofte Gregers}, {Mads Christian} and {Samsoee Kjoelbye}, Julie and {Malta Hansen}, Carolina",
note = "{\textcopyright} 2022 The Author(s).",
year = "2022",
month = sep,
doi = "10.1016/j.resplu.2022.100268",
language = "English",
volume = "11",
pages = "100268",
journal = "Resuscitation plus",
issn = "2666-5204",
publisher = "Elsevier BV",

}

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TY - JOUR

T1 - Training Contemporary levels of cardiopulmonary resuscitation training in Denmark

AU - Juul Grabmayr, Anne

AU - Andelius, Linn

AU - Bo Christensen, Nanna

AU - Folke, Fredrik

AU - Bundgaard Ringgren, Kristian

AU - Torp-Pedersen, Christian

AU - Gislason, Gunnar

AU - Jensen, Theo Walther

AU - Rolin Kragh, Astrid

AU - Tofte Gregers, Mads Christian

AU - Samsoee Kjoelbye, Julie

AU - Malta Hansen, Carolina

N1 - © 2022 The Author(s).

PY - 2022/9

Y1 - 2022/9

N2 - Aim: Many efforts have been made to train the Danish population in cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and automated external defibrillator (AED) use. We assessed CPR and AED training levels among the broad Danish population and volunteer responders. Methods: In November 2018, an electronic cross-sectional survey was sent to (1) a representative sample of the general Danish population (by YouGov) and (2) all volunteer responders in the Capital Region of Denmark. Results: A total of 2,085 people from the general population and 7,768 volunteer responders (response rate 36%) completed the survey. Comparing the general Danish population with volunteer responders, 81.0% (95% CI 79.2–82.7%) vs. 99.2% (95% CI 99.0–99.4%) p < 0.001 reported CPR training, and 54.0% (95% CI 51.8; 56.2) vs. 89.5% (95% CI 88.9–90.2) p < 0.001 reported AED training, at some point in life. In the general population, the unemployed and the self-employed had the lowest proportion of training with CPR training at 71.9% (95% CI 68.3–75.4%) and 65.4% (95% CI 53.8–75.8%) and AED training at 39.0% (95% CI 35.2–42.9%) and 34.6% (95% CI 24.2–46.2%), respectively. Applicable to both populations, the workplace was the most frequent training provider. Among 18–29-year-olds in the general population, most reported training when acquiring a driver's license. Conclusions: A large majority of the Danish population and volunteer responders reported previous CPR/AED training. Mandatory training when acquiring a driver's license and training through the workplace seems to disseminate CPR/AED training effectively. However, new strategies reaching the unemployed and self-employed are warranted to ensure equal access.

AB - Aim: Many efforts have been made to train the Danish population in cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and automated external defibrillator (AED) use. We assessed CPR and AED training levels among the broad Danish population and volunteer responders. Methods: In November 2018, an electronic cross-sectional survey was sent to (1) a representative sample of the general Danish population (by YouGov) and (2) all volunteer responders in the Capital Region of Denmark. Results: A total of 2,085 people from the general population and 7,768 volunteer responders (response rate 36%) completed the survey. Comparing the general Danish population with volunteer responders, 81.0% (95% CI 79.2–82.7%) vs. 99.2% (95% CI 99.0–99.4%) p < 0.001 reported CPR training, and 54.0% (95% CI 51.8; 56.2) vs. 89.5% (95% CI 88.9–90.2) p < 0.001 reported AED training, at some point in life. In the general population, the unemployed and the self-employed had the lowest proportion of training with CPR training at 71.9% (95% CI 68.3–75.4%) and 65.4% (95% CI 53.8–75.8%) and AED training at 39.0% (95% CI 35.2–42.9%) and 34.6% (95% CI 24.2–46.2%), respectively. Applicable to both populations, the workplace was the most frequent training provider. Among 18–29-year-olds in the general population, most reported training when acquiring a driver's license. Conclusions: A large majority of the Danish population and volunteer responders reported previous CPR/AED training. Mandatory training when acquiring a driver's license and training through the workplace seems to disseminate CPR/AED training effectively. However, new strategies reaching the unemployed and self-employed are warranted to ensure equal access.

KW - Automated external defibrillators

KW - Cardiopulmonary resuscitation training

KW - Out-of-hospital cardiac arrest

KW - Resuscitation

KW - Volunteer responders

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DO - 10.1016/j.resplu.2022.100268

M3 - Journal article

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VL - 11

SP - 100268

JO - Resuscitation plus

JF - Resuscitation plus

SN - 2666-5204

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