Cardiac Care: Complex ECGs - Interpretation and Management
ECG is a very common and important form of assessment and interpretation is problematic and difficult. Most nurses not only need education, but regular refreshers in interpretation. Increasing cardiac disease, ageing population.
As a nurse you may often be involved in both performing and evaluating ECGs. However, if you are to perform this role competently, you will need extra tuition and guidance on a regular basis. This educational program is specially designed therefore, for nurses who already have a good, working knowledge of the 12 Lead ECG. The program aims to extend your knowledge by introducing you to more complex cardiac rhythms and the rationale behind them. It will be ideal for those nurses whose practice requires advanced cardiac knowledge and skills.
Need for Program
Purpose of Program
At the conclusion of this program it is expected that the participants will be able to: