Expert consensus on training and accreditation for extracorporeal cardiopulmonary resuscitation an international, multidisciplinary modified Delphi Study

Kruit N, Burrell A, Tian D, Barrett N, Bělohlávek J, Bernard S, Braude D, Buscher H, Chen YS, Donker DW, Finney S, Forrest P, Fowles JA, Hifumi T, Hodgson C, Hutin A, Inoue A, Jung JS, Kruse JM, Lamhaut L, Ming-Hui Lin R, Reis Miranda D, Müller T, Bhagyalakshmi Nanjayya V, Nickson C, Pellegrino V, Plunkett B, Richardson C, Alexander Richardson S, Shekar K, Shinar Z, Singer B, Stub D, Totaro RJ, Vuylsteke A, Yannopoulos D, Zakhary B, Dennis M. Resuscitation. 2023 Oct 5:109989. doi: 10.1016/j.resuscitation.2023.109989. Epub ahead of print. PMID: 37805061.

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A multi-disciplinary expert panel of experts from 9 countries identified the core competencies of training programs for pre- or in-hospital extracorporeal cardiopulmonary resuscitation. They also recommend the optimal training method and maintenance protocol for delivering a training program. They hope these core competencies, training requirements, and ongoing governance protocols will be used to develop training syllabus and guide minimum standards for competency.

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