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ECG palpatations? Recognising arrhythmias

20th September 2021 - 20th September 2022


This webinar will go through how we approach ECGs in order to try and reach an ECG diagnosis (sometimes easier said than done even for very experienced people). This session will cover generation of the ECG and how to approach them in a logical manner. Finally, there are several cases to work through to solidify your learning experience. It would also be a good idea to use the free ‘Test Yourself ECGs’ that is also available on the website to give you exposure to different ECGs with explanations on their interpretation along the way. By the end of this webinar you should feel more confident in your approach and interpretation of ECGs.

Meet the speakers

Liz Bode, Director, Cardiology Specialist

Liz graduated from the University of Liverpool in 2006. After spending some time carrying out voluntary work with SPANA, Liz took up a job in mixed practice in East Yorkshire. Shortly after this, Liz completed an internship at the University of Cambridge and solidified her love for all things cardio. She subsequently embarked on a PhD at the University of Manchester looking at cellular calcium handling in heart failure and ageing and was awarded her doctorate in 2013. After another spell in small animal practice Liz completed her residency in cardiology at the University of Edinburgh in 2017. Following her residency she worked at the University of Liverpool as a senior lecturer in small animal cardiology. More recently, she was awarded Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy and has taken on the role of Module Co-ordinator for the CertAVP cardiology modules at the University of Liverpool. She currently works at Chestergates Veterinary Specialists in the UK.

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