Population Science Project


The population science project is led by Brahmajee Nallamothu, MD, MPH, a professor of cardiovascular medicine at Michigan Medicine, working with the University of Michigan Medical School Department of Learning Health Sciences, the U-M Clinical Simulation Center and the Washtenaw-Livingston County Learning Health System, and their stakeholders, to identify barriers and facilitators to shortening time to treatment during out-of-hospital cardiac arrest. The groups are first use a learning health system approach to optimize time to CPR and defibrillation and then will use this infrastructure, along with simulation-based training and assessment, to inform implementation strategies for early intranasal and intramuscular therapies.

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Learning Health System for Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest
Hosted by:Emergent Health Partners and Huron Valley AmbulanceLivingston EMSMichigan Medicine Departments of Emergency Medicine and Learning Health SystemsSaveMiHeartWashtenaw/Livingston Medical Control Authority