Instructional quality of training in basic life support courses for lay people

Jan Breckwoldt & Patrick Wagner
Background: Lay people who get trained in basic life support may be regarded to be on a low expertise level. In this context training should be as simple as possible and focus on the most effective measures on an evidence base. These are: detection of cardiac arrest, starting chest compressions and [for full text, please go to the a.m. URL]