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This is a technology enhanced module which is suitable for experienced healthcare practitioners wishing to develop their ability to use a 12 Lead Electrocardiogram (ECG) as an assessment tool in clinical practice. It will enable students to gain confidence in ECG interpretation, through the development of knowledge relating to cardiac physiology, the principles of electrocardiography and the criteria associated with conditions commonly observed on the ECG.
Who is this module for?
Registered healthcare practitioners such as nurses and paramedics normally with one year's post-qualifying practice experience, who use the 12 Lead ECG as a regular part of client assessment.
Programme entry requirements
Students should be healthcare professionals who use the 12 Lead ECG as a regular part of client assessment and have normally completed the ‘Cardiac Care: Principles and Practice’ module or equivalent
Usual assessment: Unseen examination
Course length: 10 half-days
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