ECG Interpretations (Part 1): Back to Basics – Rhythms and ECG


In Part 1 of our ECG CPD/Workshop we will roll back to the basic components of a rhythm strips and 12 lead ECG’s, applying context and setting default recognition habits in order to confidently comment on AV Blocks, Bundle branches, and Axis deviation.

Learning Objectives:

Increase ECG interpretation knowledge Understand the purpose of ECG and what you are interpreting Build confidence in diagnosing common pre-hospital cardiology presentations

Target Audience:

Registered & Student Paramedics

Presented By:

Dan Rose - Dan currently works in Clinical Services for St John. He oversees strategic cardiac arrest management planning and cardiovascular care. Prior to joining SJWA, Dan worked in Zimbabwe and the UK. His background includes operating within a Prehospital Critical Care/HEMS environment, international aeromedical care as well as an Advanced Specialist Critical Care Practitioner in Emergency and Urgent Care. He has also previously held an Associate Lecturer position at Oxford Brookes University. Dan completed his undergraduate degree at Oxford Brookes and postgraduate studies in Advanced Critical Care Practice at Warwick Medical School in UK. He has a particular interest in Clinical Patient Safety, Human Factors, Team Behaviours and Non-Technical skills. Connect with Dan on Twitter: @DantheACCP

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Please Note: This event was recorded live and experienced some minor connectivity issues.

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Presented by Dan Rose



135 minutes
29th Mar 2021
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