Here is a list of different scientific studies of online learning compared to traditional learning.


Study 1

Retention of CPR skills learned in a traditional AHA Heartsaver course versus 30-min video self-training: a controlled randomized study.

Study 2

Can e-learning replace classroom learning ?

Study 3

A randomised controlled comparison of video versus instructor-based compression only life support training.

Study 4

Cardiopulmonary resuscitation performance of subjects over forty is better following half-hour video self-instruction compared to traditional four-hour classroom training.

Study 5

CPR training without an instructor: development and evaluation of a video self-instructional system for effective performance of cardiopulmonary resuscitation.

Study 6

Interactive video instruction improves the quality of dispatcher-assisted chest compression-only cardiopulmonary resuscitation in simulated cardiac arrests.

Study 7

Passive ultra-brief video training improves performance of compression-only cardiopulmonary resuscitation.

Study 8

Quality of CPR performed by trained bystanders with optimized pre-arrival instructions.

Study 9

The impact of ultra-brief chest compression-only CPR video training on responsiveness, compression rate, and hands-off time interval among bystanders in a shopping mall.

Study 10

Viewing a brief chest-compression-only CPR video improves bystander CPR performance and responsiveness in high school students: A cluster randomized trial.