Continuous Chest Compressions is the latest buzz word in the First Aid community. The major players such as St John Ambulance and Heart and Stroke have begun to change their protocols to reflect recent recommendations.
Even though the transition stage has begun, Sunnybrook and Toronto Fire Services have teamed up in a study for continuous compressions.
The following video demonstrates the new study standard. Please note that this is a study explicitly done through Toronto Fire and Sunnybrook. As of this post, this is not the recommended method and does not supersede formal training: