September
24 Saturday

ECG Masterclass for Primary Care (Webinar)

Sat, Sep 24 (4:00pm - 8:00pm)UTC+8
Online

Description

The 12 lead ECG is a simple investigation that can be carried out in any healthcare setting. It provides information that can establish a diagnosis as well as guide management across a range of cardiovascular disease.

Across the UK, ECGs are now routinely being acquired and interpreted within primary care. Whilst the benefits for patients are obvious, there is a need to ensure any ECG undertaken in primary care is interpreted by practitioners who have received high quality, accredited training. Misinterpretation of an ECG tracing can have devastating clinical consequences and this can be safeguarded against by ensuring appropriate training and ongoing support from Cardiologists.

This ECG Masterclass has been designed by Cardiologists working alongside GPs to design content that specifically addresses the needs of front line primary care clinicians. The course will be accredited and act as a marker of quality assurance as well as providing CPD points for those who attend.

The following topics will be covered in the day long comprehensive training program

• A 10 step system to interpret the ECG correctly

• A guide on ECG acquisition – avoid the pitfalls of lead misplacement

• LBBB vs RBBB – How to identify. Who to refer.

• QT intervals – When to worry. What you need to do.

• ECGs in ischaemia

• Tachy- and bradyarrhythmia’s along with identification/nomenclature of ectopy.

The content has previously been delivered to GPs, Nurses and Pharmacists from > 10 CCGs with glowing feedback received.

This will be our first face to face educational since the pandemic and we look forward to welcoming you.

 

Testimonials from attendees at previous courses include:

 

“The best ECG training ever”

“Finally I understand the ECG”

“This course should be mandatory for all”

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Saturday, Sep 24

4:00pm - 8:00pm  UTC+8
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