We are pleased to bring you the ECG Workshop as a new, online study day. Please see below for dates, booking and relevant information.
About the workshop
The ECG Workshop addresses the needs of nurses, doctors and allied health professionals who might be involved in obtaining and interpreting ECGs as well as in cardiac monitoring. There will be the chance to update or develop your theoretical and practical skills in ECG Interpretation. This study day is designed to cover the basics required to monitor cardiac activity, perform and interpret a basic 12 lead ECG and is for anyone involved the care of cardiac patients.
The workshop will include:
- Anatomy and physiology of the heart and conduction system
- Lead placement for recording a 12 lead ECG
- The normal 12 lead ECG and cardiac axis
- Rhythm recognition and abnormalities
- Disorders of conduction
- Ischaemia Infarction and the ECG
We have aimed this workshop with the following people in in mind but it is open to anyone who would like to begin learning about ECG interpretation or refresh their basic skills.
- Cardiac Technicians
- Medical Students
- Allied Health Professionals
- Healthcare Assistants
One-day workshop: £80 per person
|25 March 2021
|12 May 2021
|TBC September 2021
|TBC November 2021
Note: The workshop will be held virtually via Blackboard. Once you have booked your invite, the Blackboard session will be sent within a week of the course date with instructions detailing how to join.
Please note courses will not run unless there is a minimum of 15 delegates booked, with a maximum of 25 for each workshop instance.
For further information, please contact the workshop facilitators:
Liz Williams: Liz.email@example.com
Thomas Willmann: Thomas.firstname.lastname@example.org