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Atrial Fibrillation and Screening

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Atrial Fibrillation is the most common heart rhythm disturbance. It affects around two million people in the UK and those with the condition have a heightened risk of stroke.

New for 2019, the NCAT Atrial Fibrillation and Screening is a one-day professional development course. Led by Professor David Fitzmaurice and leading primary care experts, this short course will enable students to develop both the theory and practical skills needed to assess and diagnose atrial fibrillation.


Why study this course?

Healthcare professionals will gain knowledge and understanding of:

  • Theoretical insight into pathophysiology, aetiology and epidemiology
  • How to carry out an ECG
  • How to interpret results
  • The practicalities of diagnostics and investigation

Who is the course aimed at?

This course is designed for clinicians in primary care, who manage patients presenting with Atrial Fibrillation including:

  • General Practitioners

  • Practice Nurses

  • Advanced Nurse Practitioners

  • Pharmacists

This module is also suitable for clinicians working in secondary care and clinicians working in healthcare systems outside of the UK.

Key Facts

Contact:
pgt-portfolio1@warwick.ac.uk

Tel: 02476 574263

Duration: One day

Date: Tuesday 1 October

Location: Resuscitation and Clinical Skill department, University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire (UHCW)

Fees: £350

Apply: Please email the postgraduate team