This activity is pending RACGP approval for CPD points for the 2020–22 triennium
ECG Workshop, Part 1 & Part 2 provides you with the ability to interpret the electrocardiogram (ECG) which is an essential skill for doctors.
Electrocardiogram (ECG) Workshop
However, ECG training in most specialties only teaches the necessary knowledge. Through a series of focused lectures and case-presentations, we will discuss multiple ECG key points with real cases that will elevate your confidence and ability to interpret ECGs to a higher level. We will also discuss some of the common pitfalls that can lead to adverse outcomes.
The workshops are in Part 1 and Part 2 where we will cover a mix of practical patient presentations, mainly in the emergency department where the ECG is the first and probably the most crucial investigation tool to decide on your patient’s management and disposition.
This course is relevant for those who work or wish to work in the Emergency Department, Cardiology, Critical Care and General Practice.
At the completion of this workshop students would have gained knowledge about ECG reading.
Also, the participant will receive a certificate for attending the workshop.
Completion of this workshop entitles the student to 40 Category 1 points by the RACGP QI&CPD Program in the 2014 – 16 triennium,– Activity: 24346.
This course is conducted over two sessions and when finished will provide the participants with the opportunity to:
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The full amount will be deducted on application as fees for the workshop
Applications close one week before the start date
No refunds will be provided if you cancel your application.
All fees must be paid in full to confirm your place.
Should you be unable to attend, a substitute participant is always welcome or you can postpone your enrolment (subject to availability). Please inform us at least two weeks prior to start date should you wish to substitute or postpone your place.
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