“You can get past the dead end. You can break through the ceiling. I did and so have countless others.”

FINAL DAY for The Foundational ECG/EKG Interpretation Course Discount Sale!

So far I have heard nothing but positive comments on the course! Multiple nurse practitioners have stated that this has been a great refresher course while others with little ECG experience have said they feel more prepared to analyze and interpret an ECG. Thank you to everyone who has purchased so far!

Reminder: This course will be on sale for only $149 until 11:59pm PST tonight. After that, the course will increase to $199 indefinitely. So, take advantage of this introductory deal today, learn a new skill or refresh your ECG skills, and earn some CEU!

To recap:

In collaboration with Matt Lambert, RN and flight nurse, The Elite Nurse Practitioner is proud to announce the addition of another course into our “Clinical Focused” course line: The Foundational ECG/EKG Interpretation Course, the Elite Nurse Practitioner guide on how to interpret and analyze an ECG in the outpatient setting. This course is designed for the nurse practitioner who is needing a solid review on how to read and interpret an ECG or for the nurse practitioner who doesn’t have much experience doing it so they can expand their clinical knowledge. PLUS, you will earn 5 CEU hours to go towards your certification and licensure!

Having the ability to interpret and analyze an ECG is an absolutely critical skill every nurse practitioner should have. In my opinion, it falls right into understanding how to interpret vital signs. It is foundational knowledge the astute nurse practitioner should have within their knowledge base as it will make you a more well-rounded provider!

It doesn’t matter what type of practice you operate; this is a pivotal skill to have. Sure, you might not be ordering ECGs very often in your niche practice, but you will be glad to understand how to do it when the time comes. In terms of the niche services, having the ability to read an ECG is important for weight loss. It is debatable how necessary an ECG is before prescribing phentermine, but if risk factors are present, then an ECG should be performed. Additionally, being able to read an ECG effectively for services such as primary care and urgent care is a very important skill to have!

This course was done in collaboration with a colleague of mine that I have known for over a decade. He has been an RN in the emergency department for well over 10 years and has been a flight nurse for the past 4-5 years. This guy has seen it all and reads ECGs on a daily basis. He has put forth his knowledge and experience in this course to teach the nurse practitioner on how to read and interpret an ECG effectively!

This course will teach the astute nurse practitioner the foundational knowledge to read and interpret and ECG. We will cover everything from the foundations and structure of an ECG to how to identify over 2 dozen different rhythms to even some practice integration considerations. You should walk away from this course with more foundational knowledge that will make you a more powerful and knowledgeable nurse practitioner!

You will learn:

  • The functions of an ECG.
  • The anatomy and physiology of the heart.
  • The conduction pathways and the cardiac cycle.
  • The science of how an ECG works.
  • The foundational breakdown of the ECG.
  • The structure, interpretation, and foundations of how to interpret and analyze over 2 dozen of the most common arrythmias seen in clinical practice.
  • A variety of actionable clinical pearls from a registered nurse with over a decade of experience reading ECGs.
  • How to identify acute cardiac rhythms.
  • How to document an ECG reading.
  • Where to obtain an AFFORDABLE ECG machine.
  • How to code and bill for ECGs.
  • How to integrate this into your practice and more!

Plus, this course will award you 5 official CEU hours so you can stay up to date with your certifications and licenses! If you are employed, this course should be reimbursable by your employer and if you are self-employed, then this is a 100% tax deductible educational expense!

There are 3 hours of video and audio content where Matt and I go over the 133-slide presentation in detail. There will also be streaming audio recordings so you can learn on the go.

This course will also include a copy of the PowerPoint presentation in PDF format so you can use it to study with and as a reference.

If you are wanting to expand your clinical knowledge, or simply want to refresh your knowledge on how to interpret an ECG, then check this course out! You will learn a foundational clinical skill AND earn some official CEU. Remember, knowledge is power and the more knowledgeable of a nurse practitioner you are, the more well rounded of a provider you will be, and this ultimately will improve patient outcomes!

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