Current Studies

Impact of a Novel, Resource-Appropriate Resuscitation Curriculum on Nicaraguan Resident Physician Management of Cardiac Arrest

The purpose of this study to evaluate the impact of Project SEMILLA’s resuscitation program on resident ability to manage simulated cardiac arrests. The study will assess their abilities before, immediately after and at 6 months after the resuscitation course. We are grateful to the Laerdal Foundation for funding this study.

Impact of a novel, resource appropriate resuscitation curriculum on Nicaraguan resident physician’s management of cardiac arrest [Download]

Access to Emergency Care in the Communities of Northwest Nicaragua

This study uses qualitative interviewing of community members in the communities outside of Leon, Nicaragua to assess barriers to obtaining emergency care. We are grateful to the Blum Center for partnering with us in this research.