ECG Interpretation in Emergency Practice (2)

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ECG Interpretation in Emergency Practice (2)

Latest Course update: January 2017

This course builds on the basic introduced in part 1 of the course and explores common disorders of the ST/T wave , interpretation of the ECG in the context of chest pain and the ECG diagnosis of cardiac arrhythmias. Take your time through each chapter, review the ECG examples and repeat the chapter as many times as you like. When you feel you have mastered the chapter attempt the quiz to consolidate your learning.

The course will specifically review:

1. ECG in chest pain

2. Disorders of rate and rhythm

3. A system for rhythm diagnosis

4. ECG: Clinical Case Book: Cardiac arrhythmias

Information about the course

  • This is part two of a two part course introducing the basic principles for ECG interpretation in acute care

  • Designed for medical officers, nurses, paramedics, and students in all medical fields

  • CME hours: Certified for 6.5 hours of continuing medical education

  • CPD accreditation RACGP, ACRRM

  • Duration of enrolment: 12 months (commences from the date of course enrolment)

  • CPD Certificate is provided with successful completion of the course

ACRRM Accredited CourseCourse Accreditation


    • Course Code: 8257

    • Points Allocation: 30 PRPD Points

RACGP Accredited ActivityRACGP

    • Activity Number: 87590

    • Points Category: Category 1

    • Points Allocation:¬† 40 Points