Basic Dysrhythmia 
Recognition and Interpretation

The heart speaks. Nurses listen.

An online course designed for students who have completed at least one year in nursing school, experienced staff, contract RNs at all levels and specialties, LPNs, and allied health professionals with education in cardiac anatomy and physiology.

A Better Learning Experience!
Learn new skills or refresh your skills in basic ECG recognition and interpretation in a live, interactive online class with an experienced clinical nurse and nurse educator.

NO hassles with multiple payments or pre-recorded videos
ONE class. ONE payment. DONE!
(Class notes included to supplement online content.)

   The role for recognizing and interpreting ECG dysrhythmias is based on your job description. The Basic Dysrhythmia Recognition and Interpretation class is for informational purposes only. This class does not provide certification or proof of competency in dysrhythmia recognition and interpretation. You must still meet your employers’ and institutions’ requirements for ECG competency. This can include class attendance, passing a test, and/or completing a competency check off. On-going competency is also based on your institutions' policies.
ECG Made Easy, LLC 

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  • Date: 9/19/2024 08:00 AM - 9/19/2024 12:00 PM
  • Location Online Event


Upcoming Events

Basic Dysrhythmia Recognition and Interpretation 03 Oct 2024Online Event
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  • United States

To send an email, use the the form below. I will email your class notes and Zoom link prior to the class date.

Karen Batcheller MSN, RN, NPD-BC, CCRN

My teaching adventure began in 2008. My clinical experience had included critical care and post-anesthesia care. I wanted to stay in the acute care environment, so I concentrated on hospital-based education.

I currently work as an education coordinator PRN at a local Level 3 trauma center. My responsibilities include preparing new nurse graduates for professional practice and supporting staff nurses in their professional development.

Of all the classes I have facilitated, I have always loved teaching ECG interpretation the best. My primary goal in teaching the Basic ECG Recognition and Interpretation class is to share my enthusiasm and love of ECGs with you!

I also have two pets, a cat named Gracie and a German Shepherd named Ada. I enjoy ballet and zumba.