Telemetry, Cardiac Arrhythmias, & 12 lead ECG Seminar

11 – 12 April 2022 | Rockhampton | 12 CPD Hrs

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Phone: 07 4151 3884

Email: [email protected]

Phone: 07 4151 3884
Email: [email protected]

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The growth of telemetry in both specialist units and general ward situations has heightened the Nurse’s responsibility to ensure their knowledge regarding cardiac arrhythmias and ECG interpretation is current and reflects best practice guidelines.

The content covered in this seminar is considered essential knowledge and clinical competence of anyone working in the areas of ward telemetry, coronary care, critical care, and emergency Nursing. It is also key information for the Nurse working in other clinical areas who is wanting to upskill their knowledge on the interpretation of arrhythmias.

Understanding of the foundation of electrophysiology and the three parameters of measurements will aid the Nurse in recognition of any deviation from the normal cardiac rhythm.

Paramedics also interested in ECG interpretation are very welcome.

Seminar Learning Outcomes

In this seminar you will:

    • Identify the three essential parameters (values) that assist with analysis of a rhythm strip.
    • Demonstrate how to work out these three parameters: PR interval, QRS width, QT interval.
    • How to interpret a 12 lead ECG
    • Explore the additional clinical scenarios of a drug overdose and post myocardial infarction and what the Nurse would observe on a rhythm strip of that patient
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You will learn:

  • The foundation of interpretation of sinus rhythm
  • The presentation and pathophysiology of atrial fibrillation
  • Two potentially life-threatening complications of atrial fibrillation
  • Interpretation of PEA (Pulseless Electrical Activity) and VT (Ventricular tachycardia)
  • The treatment of PEA and VT according to the Australian and New Zealand Committee of Resuscitation guidelines (ANZCOR)
  • The importance of assertive communication in getting the best outcome for your patient
  • The warning signs of impending cardiac arrest on the telemetry monitor
  • The R on T phenomenon
  • Sudden cardiac death in the youth
  • Hereditary Long QT interval syndrome
  • How a patient with Acute Coronary Syndrome (ACS) presents and the gender issues on presentation
  • The common errors that are made in performing a 12 lead ECG
  • The difference between angina, anterior and inferior MI on the 12 lead ECG
  • Wellen’s syndrome
  • SCAD – Spontaneous Coronary Artery Dissection
  • The presentation of Takotsubo syndrome
  • The recognition of a paced rhythm
  • The three common tachycardias seen on telemetry:
    • Sinus tachycardia
    • Supraventricular tachycardia
    • Ventricular tachycardia
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Our Presenter:

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Anne Evans-Murray

R.N., BHlthSc, MACCCN, Grad.Dip Ed, MEd, Dip Counselling, GradCertCritCare, CertIV Training and Assessment, CertIV in Mediation

Anne has a passion for teaching which she does in an unpretentious way that ensures you will not only understand and retain what she presents but will enjoy this learning experience. She has extensive experience of over 26 years lecturing for Gold Coast Health District and Griffith University.

Currently, she is a guest lecturer at Bond University medical school. Anne is a frequent presenter at workshops, conferences & seminars throughout Australia & New Zealand on subjects such as high dependency nursing, cardiac arrhythmias & ECG interpretation, chest x-rays interpretation, clinical assessment of the deteriorating patient, assertion training and leadership. She conducts accredited advanced life support training for nurses, doctors and paramedics.

Conference Program:

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Day one: 11 April 2022

Topics covered today will include: 

  • Foundational principles of ECG monitoring in critical care and ward telemetry units
  • Atrial Fibrillation
  • Cardiac Activity
  • Recognition of Life-Threatening Arrhythmias – Cardiac arrest due to shockable arrhythmias in the ward and critical care / ED
  • Sinus tachycardia
  • Supraventricular tachycardia
  • Ventricular tachycardia
  • Long QT syndrome
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Day Two: 12 April 2022

Topics covered today will include:

  • Interpretation of 12 Lead ECG recognising Acute Coronary Syndrome and Myocardial Infarction
  • Wellen’s syndrome
  • SCAD – Spontaneous coronary artery dissection
  • Takotsubo syndrome
  • Life-threatening arrhythmias:
    Cardiac arrest due to non-shockable arrhythmias in the ward and critical care / ED – Assessment of a collapsed patient: syncope such as anaphylaxis or hypoglycaemia vs cardiac arrest
  • Recognition of a paced rhythm on the telemetry monitor

The Venue: Tba (But it will be Fabulous!)

Things to do During your ROCKHAMPTON Visit

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Nestled in the Rockhampton Botanic Gardens the Rockhampton Zoo boasts more than 30 native and exotic animal species.

You will love the lush, green surrounds of the Gardens and the newest member to the Zoo family….baby chimpanzees.

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Rockhampton Heritage Village

Step back in time when you visit this iconic Rockhampton landmark. During your visit you will see vintage vehicles, a hall of clocks, timber cutters camp, a blacksmith shop, homesteads and cottages, vintage machinery and a range of friendly farm animals.

The best part is it’s only a $5 entry fee.

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Visit Keppel Islands National Park 

Make a weekend of it, come in early and visit gorgeous the Keppel Bay Islands National Park. The National Park consists of 13 islands and is surrounded by the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park and Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area.  What a gorgeous place to explore!

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Mt Etna Caves

Take some time to have a picnic and explore the stories of Mount Etna Caves at the Cammoo picnic area.  Discover self-guided walking trails that will help you explore the park’s unique bats, conflict-filled past and remnant dry rainforest.


The Governance oversight for the content of this Conference program and the issuing of the associated CPD Certificate is provided by the Nursing CPD Institute (NCI). NCI is committed to providing high quality, clinically relevant education for Nurses.

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Our affiliation with ACN provides you with the opportunity to grow your career and tap into your individual potential.

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Happy attendees

It was absolutely amazing. I really enjoyed the presenter [Anne] and the manner in which she presented the content. I would really recommend it to everyone.


The Deteriorating Patient, New Zealand

So glad I attended this workshop, I learnt more in to 2 days than I have in years trying to teach myself, it finally makes sense and I
still remember it. Thank you Anne, you have a gift and are a sensational eductor.


Telemetry, Cardiac Arrhythmias and 12 Lead ECG | Hervey Bay

Simply Awesome an outstanding presenter [Anne] who gave her all. An excellent teacher who could reach those at a basic level as well as advanced practitioners.


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What’s Included:

  • An extensive Conference program based on current best practice
  • Conference Presenter that are a recognised expert in their field and are excited to be able to share their skill, knowledge, and passion with Conference Attendees
  • A Conference pack that includes a notepad, pen, and additional information to support a fantastic Conference experience
  • Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea as outlined in the program
  • A Conference Transcript that identifies each session held at the Conference including the session synopsis and session presenters
  • A Certificate of Completion identifying the CPD hours attached to the Conference Program for you to include in your CPD Evidence Portfolio
Disclaimer: The opinions and statements of facts expressed in the Papers in these proceedings are those of the Authors and do not necessarily represent those of the Nurses for Nurses Network (NfNN), the editors, the organising committee or the supporters of this conference. No responsibility can be accepted by the organisers for errors or omissions in the individual papers. Sessions are correct at time of publication. Sessions are subject to change without notice due to circumstances beyond the control of the organisers. NfNN reserves the right to alter charges, cancel, postpone, change or withdraw the product or service at any time.
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Registration Cost

$620.00 inc GST

NB: Price does not include accommodation or travel costs.
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