Cover image for lecture: Recording a 12 Lead ECG

Lecture Overview

Refresh your memory with this practical and informative presentation, and finally master the art of recording 12 lead ECG.


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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!




109 Total Rating(s)

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Sheena Leane
11 Apr 2019

Excellent presentation and concepts explained well.

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Leonie Weiss
28 Mar 2019

Fabulous resource provided by a very knowledgeable and skilled professional. Highly recommend it

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Michelle Pinci
24 Mar 2019

Joanne presented the topic clearly and demonstrated her strong knowledge in ECGs. She made sure the audience was following what she was explaining and related the presentation to practices. Really enjoyed this presentation and I would like to have been present for the next class.

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Elizabeth Mills
22 Mar 2019

A very informative presentation. I now know what that little rectangle at the start of the ECG is!

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Penny Whelan
22 Mar 2019


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Stephanie Plackson
20 Mar 2019

Very good teacher. Uses easy analogies for understanding

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sarita bk
18 Mar 2019


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Dianne Brusamarello
18 Mar 2019

great lecture

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Joan Coll
16 Mar 2019

Relevant points discussed and clearly presented

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Sue Smith
14 Mar 2019

I really enjoyed this presentation. It was a great opportunity to revisit existing knowledge and gain new practical skills. I hope to remember this knowledge when returning to acute care nursing.