GSN-ISEEC Comprehensive ECG Training on October 24-26, 2011 at Baguio City

WHO: GSN-International Skills Enhancement & Education Center (GSN-ISEEC)

WHAT: COMPREHENSIVE ELECTROCARDIOGRAM (ECG) TRAINING – BAGUIO CITY

WHEN (date STARTS): 10/24/2011

WHEN (date ENDS): 10/26/2011

TIME STARTS: 08:00 AM

TIME ENDS: 05:00 PM

WHERE: UP BAGUIO GALERYA GOVERNOR PACK ROAD 2600

REGISTRATION FEE: 3,000

MORE INFORMATION:
Comprehensive ECG Training for Nurses: Dysrhythmia Recognition
Council for Nursing CPE Provider Accreditation # 2009-023
We are an accredited Continuing Education Provider of the California Board of Nursing. All GSN-ISEEC’s trainings can be applied with Continuing Education Units (CEUs) in the US.

Accreditation Number: Provider No. CEP 14585

This three-day course/workshop is designed to meet the knowledge and skills needs of healthcare professionals in the assessment and interpretation of ECG results; recognition of clinical manifestation
associated with disturbances in cardiac rhythm; and recognize patterns of ECG detrimental to survival like VFib and VTach as well as Pulseless Electrical Activity. Methodology includes workshop on actual
12-Lead ECG lead placement and computer-simulated ECG dysrhythmia recognition and interpretation.

Fee: Inclusive of manual, am/pm snacks, lunch and certificate with cpe units.

CONTACT INFORMATION:
Contact Person: Vanessa, RN
E-Mail: nursing_alert@yahoo.com
Mobile: 09175508047

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