Publication: Evaluation of Pediatric Immediate Life Support Courses by the Students
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A retrospective analysis was performed of 1637 questionnaires among students of immediate pediatric life support (IPLS) courses. All theory and practice classes and organization and methods received an average score higher than 8.5 except for the schedule and time devoted to developing contents. All parameters evaluating instructors’ skills received a score higher than 9. Participants requested more time to practice and for course adaptation to their specific professionals needs. IPLS courses are highly valued by students. The duration of IPLS practice sessions should be increased and the course should be adapted to the specific professional needs of participants.