The QCPR Classroom App lets CPR Instructors train Quality CPR to up to 42 students at the same time, with real-time feedback.
Part of the QCPR Classroom App is the award-winning QCPR Race – a gamified learning experience for CPR in high-tension situations with adrenaline flowing – now for up to 12 students simultaneously.
Download and seamlessly connect to your Little Anne QCPR Manikin now!
To support Quality CPR, the app provides live and summative feedback on:
o Compression rate
o Compression depth
o Full release
o Ventilation volume
o A score and one hint for improvement is shown for each Learner
o QCPR Race Mode for Little Anne QCPR
QCPR Classroom is now available on iPhone! In addition, we have done several improvements in making the application more accessible.
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Unlike QCPR instructor, QCPR classroom always shows all twenty boxes on the screen. QCPR instructor will only show the number manikin that is connected to the app so randomly numbered manikins are not an issue The problem with having all of the boxes all of the time is that in cases of a facility that may have up to 100 manikins. if the numbers being used are not sequential from 1-100, there will be a scattering of blocks used if only random numbers are used for that session rather that only manikins numbered 1-20 etc.
Developer Response ,
Thank you for your feedback. I have passed this suggestion along to the app development team as a product improvement request.
20 manikins minimum?!!!
Please allow a smaller number of manikins to be displayed!
Many instructors are using 8-12. It's insane that if I use 8 manikins I still have to display 3 empty rows (and only use 2 rows)! Please fix asap... It's constantly in the reviews.
Developer Response ,
Thank you for the feedback. Yes, this is a feature that has been requested before. If you send this request to AppFeedback@laerdal.com we can add another formal request to the developers.
Still a big miss.
I wish they would consult with instructors. Any instructor with experience will tell you the most important thing for the students to see is the speedometer, which is still the smallest thing on the screen. The depth gauge is important but it could be half as wide and still just as effective. The speedometer needs to dominate the screen.
QCPR Classroom is better than QCPR Instructor in two respects, you can have your tablet sideways to maximize TV screen space and you can have more than 6 active manikins. However it’s a complete failure because you can’t have any less then 20 active windows even if you only have 8 manikins being used. That’s 12 extra windows taking up space on the screen. That’s ridiculous.
The idea that you would need to be showing 100 manikins feedback all at the same time is idiotic. In what universe would any agency be able to teach an AHA approved 100 person class and have all 100 students be able to pick out their manikins window and follow along with class and que off the feedback from their little window. Even if it’s projected it will be unusable. Not to mention the frequency the manikins disconnect from the tablets Bluetooth when you stop practice to discuss skills. Imagine how long it will take to connect all 100 manikins to one tablet and keep them connected. A 100 person class would require at least 17 instructors and one full time tablet/manikin technician. This feature was not designed by an instructor.
So in short it’s still not even close to ideal for CPR training.
If they put priority into developing this to customize student numbers, and emphasize skill development (bigger speedometer) rather than volume of students, they will have a good app.
Developer Response ,
Thank you for the helpful and detailed feedback. If you have the time, please send that to us at AppFeedback@laerdal.com so we can process a formal product improvement suggestion.
- Laerdal Medical AS
- 111.8 MB
Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Frequent/Intense Medical/Treatment Information
- © 2018 Laerdal Medical AS
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.