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

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  • Theo Walther Jensen
  • Andrew Lockey
  • Gavin D. Perkins
  • Anders Granholm
  • Kristine E. Eberhard
  • Asbjørn Hasselager
  • Thea Palsgaard Møller
  • Annette Kjær Ersbøll
  • Folke, Fredrik
  • Anne Lippert
  • Østergaard, Doris
  • Anthony J. Handley
  • Douglas Chamberlain
  • Freddy Lippert

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.

TidsskriftData in Brief
Antal sider13
StatusUdgivet - feb. 2021

Bibliografisk note

Funding Information:
This work was funded by the Danish Foundation TrygFonden with no commercial interest in the field of cardiac arrest.

Publisher Copyright:
© 2021 The Authors

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