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Data concerning the Copenhagen tool: A research tool for evaluation of basic life Support educational interventions

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  1. Data on patient-reported outcomes and the risk of readmission following a cardiac diagnosis

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  2. Data on an intervention to reduce readmissions after open heart valve surgery

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  3. Data on the use of dietary supplements in Danish patients with type 1 and type 2 diabetes

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  1. Socioeconomic disparities in prehospital factors and survival after out-of-hospital cardiac arrest

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  2. Medical dispatchers' perception of the interaction with the caller during emergency calls: a qualitative study

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  3. Management of first responder programmes for out-of-hospital cardiac arrest during the COVID-19 pandemic in Europe

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  4. The evolution of a national, advanced airway management simulation-based course for anaesthesia trainees

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The data presented in this article are supplementary data related to the research article entitled "The Copenhagen Tool: A research tool for evaluation of BLS educational interventions" (Jensen et al., 2019). We present the following supplementary materials and data: 1) a standardized scenario used to introduce the test for gathering data on internal structure and additional response process; 2) test sheets used for rating test participant via video recordings; 3) interview-guide for collecting additional response process data; 4) items deemed relevant but not essential for laypersons, first responders and health personnel in the modified Delphi consensus process; 5) inter-rater reliability values for raters using the essential items of the tool to evaluate test participants via video recordings; 6) main themes from coding interviews with raters; 7) comparison of rater results and manikin software output.

Original languageEnglish
Article number106679
JournalData in Brief
Volume34
Pages (from-to)106679
ISSN2352-3409
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Publication statusPublished - Feb 2021

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© 2021 The Authors.

    Research areas

  • BLS, Education, Intervention, Resuscitation, Validation

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