You may need a toolkit.
A toolkit can be important because the contents of the kit can help you develop a common language and give a consistent message for Nurse Led ACLS and Team Resuscitation, what it is and what it isn't.
The toolkit that you create should be tailored to your organizational needs. These tools may include narratives, fact sheets, talking points, important statistics, and other valuable information that show why nurse-led ACLS and Team Resuscitation is important and necessary to improve practice and ultimately outcomes.
We have located toolkit development resources and templates at UC Berkley. Our toolkit design and templates are available at https://calswec.berkeley.edu/toolkits/implementation-toolkits/how-build-implementation-toolkit-start-finish
Definitional Tools are important because they explicitly define what the initiative, program, or intervention is and what it isn't:
Some suggested terms to identify for your facility:
Code Team Leader
Power to the Compressor
Other toolkit components:
Other toolkit components you may consider:
Sample Powerpoint Template used for new hire orientation in a Level 1 Trauma Center.
THE WALL OF PROBLEMS: