ECG analysis and interpretation is a complex and sometimes confusing process when you are not regularly performing 12 lead ECGs. There are many methods to learn this material which is quite often complicates and slows the learning process. Prof Adam Scott uses this investigation on a daily basis and has created a simple, yet effective, process to learn how to analyse and interpret electrocardiograms so that you can confidently assess the ECG and then if you need to escalate the patient to seek further medical intervention in the timely manner that it requires.
This 1 hour professional development will provided you with a foundation from which you can build your knowledge to become competent and confident to analyse any ECG presented to you.
The recording is of a webinar presented by ESSA on 25th June 2015.
Professor Adam Scott completed a PhD in Cardiac Medicine in 2003 at Imperial College, London. On returning to Australia in 2003 he took up the Director of Cardiac Sciences role at a Brisbane based tertiary hospital. Adam is widely published in peer-reviewed journals in the areas of heart failure, exercise physiology and muscle reflexes. Adam has presented his research at numerous international conferences including the American Heart Association, European College of Sport Science, European Society of Cardiology, British Cardiac Society, World Congress of Cardiology and the Cardiac Society of Australia and New Zealand.
Adam has taught the ECG Analysis and Interpretation program to multiple universities over the last 12 years (3 semesters/year).
Adam has an Adjunct Professor title with Queensland University of Technology.
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