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Seminar Room de Lacy Level 5
Date options for 2020 are:
7 July 2020
8 September 2020
Closing date for event registrations: Two weeks prior to workshop
Online registration and payment link:
This one-day workshop aims to further increase the participant’s understanding of cardiac axis, identifying ischemic changes and location of infarction within the myocardium, as well as develop their ability to analyse aberrant conduction such as bundle branch blocks, narrow and wide complex tachyarrhythmias.
A variety of cardiac specialist nurses
On completion of this study day, it is anticipated that participants will be able to:
• Identify normal 12 lead ECG
• Demonstrate understanding of the definitions and categories of cardiac axis
• Identify ischemic changes in 12 lead ECG and location of infarction
• Recognise the symptoms associated with complex rhythms
• Discuss nursing management and treatment of abnormal rhythms
Who should attend:
This workshop is designed for nursing staff working in ED and cardiac wards that have a basic understanding of cardiac rhythm interpretation, who wish to advance their skills to 12 lead ECG interpretation.
This workshop builds on the content presented at the Cardiac Rhythm Recognition workshop which focuses on simple cardiac rhythm interpretation.
Simon Byerley – Nurse Educator
Nurse Education & Development Centre
Basic understanding of cardiac rhythm interpretation
$150 ex GST
Participants are required to organise their own travel and parking arrangements.
Cancellation provided up to 5 working days before the program a full refund will be issued.
Cancellation past the 5 working days and before 24 hours prior to the program half refund will be issued.
Cancellation with 24hrs prior to the program no refund is issued.
Cancellation should be in writing to SVHS.NEDC@svha.org.au
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