Luton paramedic delivers ECG sessions for colleagues

More than 40 staff of all clinical levels took part in advanced ECG interpretation sessions at Luton station last week – and the paramedic who organises them is hoping to run further sessions and make them available to others in the Trust.

Lisa has been running the class for three years, which focuses on better understanding and interpretation of 12-lead ECGs, and has seen a massive rise in their popularity, especially since the introduction of the Corpuls cardiac monitor across south Beds. The course content has been developed by previous cardiac leads in conjunction with Harefield Hospital.

Lisa said: “It's fantastic to see such a large number of staff give up their free time to attend and shows how dedicated and enthusiastic staff are."

Owing to the increasing popularity of these sessions, Lisa is now hoping to plan further dates and is inviting clinicians from other parts of the Trust to take part. 

Published 7th May 2015 

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