Performing and Recording ECGs

This workshop is suitable for: HCAs & Nurses new to General Practice

  • Starts 14 Jul
  • £55 / £100
  • IQ Building (RIQ102), University of Wales, Swansea

Service Description

Background This session will cover basic anatomy and physiology, how to record ECGs and what is a normal ECG. The session will also aim to show how to overcome the common problems with taking ECGs and is suitable for HCAs and nurses new to practice or as a refresher. This workshop may support Unit No 4223-338 Perform Routine ECG Procedures at Level 3 within the Quality Credit Framework for those HCAs wishing to achieve a nationally accredited qualification. Workshop Time-Table 0900-0915 - Registration 0915-0930 - Why record an ECG? 0930-1030 - How to record an ECG, Lead placement, machine settings 1030-1100 - A & P, underlying pathophysiology 1100-1115 - Mid-morning break 1115-1200 - Views of the heart, the normal ECG 1200-1230 - Common ECG patterns 1230-1300 - Accountability, Q & A, Evaluations & Close


Upcoming Sessions


Contact Details

  • Swansea SA1 8EW, UK

    penelopemorgan-elliott@networkforpractices.co.uk