Take the opportunity to learn how to confidently interpret EKG's from nurse practitioners who do this skill daily! With 3.0 ANCC Approved Contact hours, this course covers all basic interpretation as well as a fair amount of the more complex diagnostic capabilities of the 12 Lead EKG.
You need no experience with 12 lead EKG to attend, but competence in interpretation of cardiac rhythms is a recommended prerequisite.
This online, self-paced course is a pre-recorded presentation to a large group of new graduate nurses and nurse practitioners, with a conversational focus on simple concepts and eventually more complicated concepts demystified. Learners are capable of applying their learning immediately to real patients.
Content covered includes:
Dr. John Russell, DNP, APRN, FNP-BC, CCRN, RNFA is the owner and founder of Skills On Point®, LLC as well as a nurse practitioner/first assistant in cardiothoracic surgery at Swedish American Hospital in Rockford, IL. As well as an instructor for the National Institute of First Assisting, INC (NIFA®), John teaches nurse practitioner students for Olivet Nazarene University for the School of Graduate and Continuing Studies. He loves simplifying complicated concepts into digestible portions and loves to use ridiculous analogies to make the most complicated concepts come to life for the learner.