AED Challenge — Online CPR/AED Training and Practice

Practice of CPR and AED skills

Keep your automated external defibrillation and CPR skills up-to-date.

Online practice for lay people, EMTs and other AED-trained professionals. Read more

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Academic Emergency Medicine journal Proven Effective

Why You Need Regular Practice

Research studies show CPR/AED skills deteriorate significantly just three months after training. Online skill refreshers are an excellent tool for making sure you are prepared to respond to sudden cardiac arrest. Read more

spaceCPR skill decline

Two-thirds of trained responders can't pass a test just three months after training. Read more

Proven Effective

In a published clinical study in the journal Academic Emergency Medicine, the AED Challenge program was proven as effective as instructor-led refresher training. In addition, it is a fraction of the cost of traditional classroom training.

Jerin JM, Ansell BA, Larsen MP, Cummins RO. Automated external defibrillators: skill maintenance using computer-assisted learning. Acad Emerg Med. 1998 Jul;5(7):709-17.

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