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Paris Hotel and Casino  Las Vegas, Nevada. TAKE10 CPR: A Community Centered Approach. Paul R. Hinchey, MD, MBA, FACEP Medical Director The City of Austin/Travis Co. EMS System . Disclosure Information. Paul R. Hinchey, MD, MBA, FACEP TAKE10 CPR: A Community Centered Approach

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take10 cpr a community centered approach

Paris Hotel and Casino  Las Vegas, Nevada

TAKE10 CPR: A Community Centered Approach

Paul R. Hinchey, MD, MBA, FACEP

Medical Director

The City of Austin/Travis Co. EMS System

disclosure information
Disclosure Information

Paul R. Hinchey, MD, MBA, FACEP

TAKE10 CPR: A Community Centered Approach

FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE:

  • No relevant financial relationships to disclose

UNLABELED/UNAPPROVED USES DISCLOSURE:

  • No unlabeled/unapproved uses will be discussed
our plan
Our Plan
  • What we know about bystander CPR
  • What is TAKE10 CPR
  • What makes TAKE10 CPR innovative
  • How well has it worked
  • Challenges & Recommendations
bystander cpr what we know
Bystander CPR – What we know

We all agree bystander CPR

  • directly impacts survival
  • is infrequently performed
  • rates need to increase
bystander cpr our challenge
Bystander CPR - Our Challenge

How do we increase bystander CPR rates?

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Bystander CPR - Our Challenge

After 50 years and clear evidence of the importance of bystander CPR, why do most Communities continue to have poor bystander CPR rates?

We need a change to a Community centered delivery model

take10 cpr targets
TAKE10 CPR Targets
  • Build the community’s CPR foundation
  • Ensure simple to learn really means simple
  • Use the multiplier effect to efficiently number trained
  • Accept TAKE10 is not seeking perfect CPR
take10 cpr characteristics
TAKE10 CPR Characteristics
  • Simple – no jargon
  • Brief – 10 minutes
  • Affordable - free
  • Build confidence
  • Remove fear
  • Use active learning
  • Target highest risk areas
  • Provide tools to trainers at no charge
  • Creative implementation
  • Create multiplier effect
  • Community trains the community
multiplier effect is efficient effective
Multiplier effect is efficient & effective
  • Identify community cheerleaders
  • Capitalize on enthusiasm
  • Community membersthen teach their own
take10 successes
TAKE10 – Successes
  • Community engagement
  • Targeted segments of the community
  • Gained capability to measure
  • Viable option to traditional approaches
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TAKE10 – Successes
  • Multiplier Effect19,000 / 404 = 47 trained per trainer
  • Cost Effectiveness$25,000 / 19,000 = $1.32 per person trained
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TAKE10 – Successes
  • Community engagement
    • High School Service Projects
    • High School HOSA
    • Eagle Scout Projects
    • Texas DPS
    • Austin PD
    • Junior League New Member Service
take10 challenges
TAKE10 –Challenges
  • Fear of leaving the traditional approach
  • Fixation on “the card”
  • Making connections in the Community
  • Recruitment is labor intensive
  • Lower SES areas are most challenging
  • Resources for coordination
  • Success in target areas
take home points
Take Home Points

If CPR really is simple, then why does it take hours to learn, cost so much, require specialized trainers and hasn’t been done well in most communities

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Take Home Points
  • Allow the community to teach each other
  • Assess/Measure
  • Be open to multiple approaches
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Take Home Points
  • Focus resources
    • On what matters
    • Where the greatest impact is possible
  • Identify a champion & let them lead
  • Get others to share the vision
our thanks to
Our thanks to
  • Office of the Medical Director
    • Jose Cabanas, MD
    • Louis Gonzales
  • American Heart Association
    • Comilla Sasson, MD
    • Cara Bergamo
    • Quan Bui
for more info
For More Info

takeheartaustin.org

take10cpr@gmail.com or 512-978-0022