Lecture Overview

Brief

This session follows on from Jo Reading's initial introduction to arrhythmias in the presentation entitled "A Simple Approach to Arrhythmia Interpretation". Extend your learning of arrhythmias with this informative session on what happens when the heart beats too fast, and how you can recognise these variations on an ECG tracing.

Educators

Joanne Reading

Joanne Reading is a clinical educator within the 42 bed ICU at the Royal Melbourne Hospital, which also services critically ill patients from the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre and the Royal Women’s Hospital. Joanne holds a critical care graduate certificate and a master of health science with a focus on education. She is also the author of her own nursing education website called “Blogging for your Noggin”. With a special interest in all things cardiac and respiratory. Joanne is passionate about ensuring that education not only fosters critical thinking but is entertaining in the process!

Reviews

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28 Total Rating(s)

Very informative

Stewart morris
02 Nov 2018

It was a great lecture thankyou for the chance to watch it and the speaker was easy to understand and explained what she was talking about.

Tracy Kiddle
09 Oct 2018

The heart is a amazing organ every day we do observations check vitals identifying a heart that is fast or slow if this is evident check to see what is happening is the blood pressure compromised what is the patient telling you report it do a ECG and try to identify the rhythm diagnose the underlying cause treat it and continue to observe checks do bloods optimise potassium and magnesium also check troponin this lecture was extremely informative the lecturer was very good

Sue petitt
07 Aug 2018

Very good and informative lecture.

Kriebel felicja
19 Jul 2018

Great review of tachy arrhythmias.

Karen Tuohy
10 Jul 2018

very useful and excellent presentation

Lei Zhang
02 Jul 2018

great

Sophie Sophie
15 Jun 2018

I would recommend this education to other health professionals:

Joanne Sealey
12 Jun 2018

Very interesting.

Emma Pulman
07 Jun 2018

A fantastic presentation to address tachyarrythmia! Thank you so much!

Jenna He
02 Jun 2018

Good basics on arrhythmia

Carla haldane
31 May 2018

Great

Danyelle Cronan
31 May 2018

Good

Arleta Roszkowski
30 May 2018

Great presenter.

Emmeline Mowbray
29 May 2018

Very informative lecture.

Debra Ambrosini
29 May 2018

Very informative lecture

Debra Ambrosini
29 May 2018

Good presentation. Lots of information that can be reinforced.

Joachim FERRER
28 May 2018

Very interesting lecture indeed.

john glendenning
27 May 2018

very good lecture indeed

john glendenning
27 May 2018

This was amazing. Very easily understood

Clare Morcom
26 May 2018

Very educational and entertaining session.

Tanya Dole
25 May 2018

great presentation.

Sukhvinder Singh Birdi
25 May 2018

Excellent presenter

Mark James
25 May 2018

Extremely informative and succinct.Wonderful lecturer.Thank you.

Anna Medley
24 May 2018

Excellent

Sallianne Reed
23 May 2018

Great lecture

Charmain Hatch
21 May 2018

good

VALENTINE JEPKEMBOI
20 May 2018

Good Lecture

Princess Abigail Vero
19 May 2018

very interesting

caragh pugh
19 May 2018

Educational

Kahondo Mutsa
19 May 2018

Very informative VLA

rosemary britt62
18 May 2018

Excellent!!!

Geetha Rani Ammini
18 May 2018

Good resource!

Altaf Sonia
18 May 2018

Very interesting topic

Iana Villacastin
17 May 2018

A comprehensive coverage of a topic important to all nurses.

Leigh Labinsky
17 May 2018

Excellent lecture. Easy to follow. Comprehensive coverage of topic.

Leigh Labinsky
17 May 2018