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EKG Interpretation from Basics to Advanced!

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1.5 CE credits
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1 hour, 30 minutes
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Overview

Specialties
Adult
Subspecialties
Cardiovascular
Clinical Topics
Acute Coronary Syndrome, Acute Heart Failure, Acute Myocardial Infarction, and Cardiovascular Disease

From beginner to advanced, review EKG leads and how they correlate to heart muscle areas and coronary arteries. Review patterns and learn to identify abnormal conduction. 

Learning Objectives

  • To identify the leads of a 12 lead ECG and what they mean.
  • To recognize blocks in conduction.
  • To recognize atrial fibrillation diagnosis and treatment modalities.
  • To be familiar with acute coronary syndrome and how to apply ECG interpretation in clinical practice.
  • To recognize life-threatening EKG patterns.

Speakers

Ashley Blackmon
Ashley Blackmon MS, CHFN, CCRN, FNP-C

Cardiology Nurse Practitioner
Part Time Instructor

Ashley Blackmon is a board-certified Nurse Practitioner who wears many hats. She currently works full time in general cardiology, having previously spent the past 8 years in advanced heart failure and transplant cardiology. She also teaches advanced pathophysiology at Georgia State University, and is serving as the State President for United Advanced Practice Registered Nurses of Georgia (until 12/31/23). Teaching at Georgia State University has also included EKG interpretation for advanced practice nurses, graduate clinical instructor roles, and undergraduate pathophysiology roles. She has guest lectured for many schools around the state including Clayton State, Mercer University, Augusta State University, Emory University, and Middle Georgia College. Her background includes a wide range of clinical settings including outpatient pediatrics, family practice, gastroenterology, bedside ICU neuro and trauma care, as well as clinical research. She is certified in critical care and heart failure nursing. She has been nominated for Piedmont’s Advanced Practice Provider of the Year in 2017, 2018, 2019, and 2020. She is the lead administer for the Atlanta Nurse Practitioners Facebook Group which now proudly has over 3,900 members representing a large portion of Georgia Nurse Practitioners in networking and advocacy. She was recognized as one of Georgia State’s 40 Under 40 in 2019 for her many publications, speaking engagements, and volunteer efforts.

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This activity offers 1.5 CE credits to attendees.

Accredited by AANP.

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EKG Interpretation: From Beginner to Advanced!

Ever confused by bundle branch blocks or axis deviation? Ever feel you might miss important changes on EKGs? Then this is the class for you! Understand EKG interpretation like never before!

From beginner to advanced, review EKG leads and how they correlate to heart muscle areas and coronary arteries. Review patterns and learn to identify abnormal conduction. 

Learning Objectives:
- To identify the leads of a 12 lead ECG and what they mean.
- To recognize blocks in conduction.
- To recognize atrial fibrillation diagnosis and treatment modalities.
- To be familiar with acute coronary syndrome and how to apply ECG interpretation in clinical practice.
- To recognize life-threatening EKG patterns.

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EKG Interpretation: From Beginner to Advanced!

Ever confused by bundle branch blocks or axis deviation? Ever feel you might miss important changes on EKGs? Then this is the class for you! Understand EKG interpretation like never before!

From beginner to advanced, review EKG leads and how they correlate to heart muscle areas and coronary arteries. Review patterns and learn to identify abnormal conduction. 

Learning Objectives:
- To identify the leads of a 12 lead ECG and what they mean.
- To recognize blocks in conduction.
- To recognize atrial fibrillation diagnosis and treatment modalities.
- To be familiar with acute coronary syndrome and how to apply ECG interpretation in clinical practice.
- To recognize life-threatening EKG patterns.

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