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

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

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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
StatusUdgivet - feb. 2021

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

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