This article reports the results of baseline cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) skills performance measurements from 467 nursing students. All participants had completed a CPR course. Baseline measurements were compared to performance after one 10-minute refresher training session on the Resuscitation Quality Improvement system. Significant improvements were made after the computer- and practice-based refresher. Findings suggest that staff developers should evaluate the use of audio and visual feedback devices to improve the quality of CPR provided by clinical staff.