Understanding and Interpreting ECGs (Hong Kong Health Professionals Only)


The Department of Paramedicine is pleased to announce the following upcoming short course. This will be presented by Quinch Wong, and only to health professionals residing in Hong Kong (HKSAR).

Quinch Wong is a Registered Paramedic and Registered Nurse in Australia, is currently an Advanced Life Support Paramedic (clinical instructor) for Ambulance Victoria, and Faculty teaching member of the Department of Paramedicine.

The workshop will include a pre-learning quiz and activities, lecture content, small group practise ECG sessions, post-learning quiz. Participants will receive a Monash University Certificate of Completion after each module

We look forward to welcoming you to this exciting session.

ECG workshop
The workshop will be run for 2 X 8 hours in length, and will be delivered face-to-face.

Day 1 (Fundamentals of ECG interpretation and application)
Basic concepts and components of ECGs
Sinus and Junctional Rhythms
Ectopic Arrhythmias

Day 2 (Advanced ECG interpretation and application)
Supraventricular Arrhythmias
Ventricular Arrhythmias
Introduction to 12-Lead ECG and Bundle Branch Blocks
Acute Coronary Syndrome and Infarction Patterns

Day 1 (Fundamentals of ECG interpretation)
Saturday 28th January 2023 9am-5pm

Day 2 (Advanced ECG interpretation and application)
Sunday 29th January 2023 9am-5pm

Hopkins Training & Education Group
Unit 31-33, 1/F, Tower 1, South Sea Centre, 75 Mody Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong

More Information
Contact NameProfessor Brett Williams
Contact Email brett.williams@monash.edu
Contact Phone+61 3 9904 4283
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