EKG interpretation is a high-risk/high-reward clinical activity. Get it wrong and patient outcomes could be disastrous, exposing you and your urgent care center to liability and hefty damages claims. Get it right and you protect your patients, avert disaster, avoid liability, and save lives. Never mind that you aspire to improve your EKG interpretation skills and accuracy to become a better clinician -- the expectation is that you’ll get it right every time.
That’s why EB Medicine is bringing you The Urgent Care EKG Course, an in-depth training program focused on EKG interpretation essentials and best practices. This expert-guided self-study course picks up where your academic program and previous training likely left off. The Urgent Care EKG Course gives you practical, hands-on, time-tested techniques for enhancing clinical skills, improving accuracy of EKG interpretation, and, in so doing, boosting clinician confidence.
The Urgent Care EKG Course is divided into 10 engaging video modules, conveniently accessible online. UC clinicians will relate to every spoken and written word in every frame, from the moment your instructor introduces herself as your peer to the closing credits. Each module is clearly organized, narrowly focused on what matters in practice and on shift, and full of real-life scenarios and actual EKGs.
Meet the Instructor
EB Medicine and Jennifer Carlquist, PA-C, developed The Urgent Care EKG Course to further elevate the level of education available to clinicians working within the urgent care community. Carlquist has practiced primarily in cardiology and emergency medicine for the past 15 years. She began her career as a paramedic. She has created and delivered many educational programs on cardiology-related topics, including her 30-Day EKG Challenge. She has served as faculty at the California Urgent Care Association conference and written case studies for the Urgent Care Association.
Sharpen your EKG interpretation skills, improve your accuracy, become more proficient, and boost your clinical confidence with The Urgent Care EKG Course.
Included in this course:
Features and Benefits:
Supplements basic academic training
Sharpens EKG interpretation skills and proficiency
Boosts clinical confidence
Improves accuracy of EKG interpretations
Publication Date: April 1, 2023
CME Expiration Date: April 1, 2026
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Jennifer Carlquist, PA-C, has practiced in cardiology and emergency medicine for the past 15 years. She began her career as a paramedic. She has created and delivered many educational programs on cardiology-related topics, including her 30-Day EKG Challenge. She has served as faculty at the California Urgent Care Association conference and written case studies for the Urgent Care Association. Together, EB Medicine and Carlquist developed The Urgent Care EKG Course to further elevate the level of education, enhance EKG interpretation skills, and boost proficiency and confidence of clinicians working within the urgent care community.
Joseph Toscano, MD, received his MD from Duke University School of Medicine in 1989 and trained in internal medicine at the Naval Hospital in San Diego. He has been an attending emergency physician at San Ramon Regional Medical Center in San Ramon, California, since 1999 and is currently Chief of the department. Dr. Toscano has worked in urgent care since 2005 and was previously a partner and corporate medical director for Pinnacle Medical Group, which operated five urgent care clinics in California and Arizona. In addition to caring for patients and working as senior research editor for Emergency Medicine Practice, he is a member of the editorial boards for the journals Emergency Medicine and the Journal of Urgent Care Medicine. He also develops and reviews continuing medical education programs in urgent care and emergency medicine for a variety of other publications and organizations and is currently the clinical content coordinator for the Urgent Care Association..
Sam Ashoo, MD, FACEP, is board-certified in emergency medicine and clinical informatics. For more than 15 years, he has practiced as an emergency physician in the Tallahassee, FL area. He has served as medical director of emergency services, medical director of the area’s leading chest pain center, and family practice residency preceptor. Based on his former experience as Chief Medical Officer of a regional staffing and emergency department optimization services firm, Dr. Ashoo founded Admin EM in 2016 to help other such leaders improve administration and delivery of direct patient care. He is CEO of the company, which produces clinical reference tools and specializes in emergency medicine analytics, case file guidance and review, patient flow studies, and other best-practices consulting services. At Florida State University, Dr. Ashoo serves as faculty for the emergency medicine clerkship program, adjunct faculty for the college of medicine, and internal medicine residency preceptor. He trained at the University of Florida School of Medicine and completed his emergency medicine residency at Orlando Regional Medical Center in 2004. He signed on as EB Medicine’s EMplify podcast host in January 2020.