Feedback from the previous run of this event
Coverage and Achievement
Overall, excellent day, thank you! Wish I’d booked on sooner!
outstanding material of lectures
An excellent course, clearly presented with engaging and knowledgeable speakers.
Excellent course I would recommend to colleagues
Met my objectives.
Met objectives and more!
It was well tailored to the needs of psychiatrists
What three things did you like most about the course?
the straight answers
Targeted teaching (direct relevance to psych), (2) Recap/refresher on the basics, (3) Excellent speakers.
focussed on practice, useful, concise
Interactive ECG sessions, speakers being very responsive to questions
Relevant, pitched at the right level, clear
Practical, good time management, interactive
Pitch if the content with good early refresher sessions on basic ECG interpretation; interactive sessions; Slido was especially useful tool
these courses are outstanding .Thank you.
Informative, useful, great to do it remotely in the comfort of my own home.
Engaging speakers, interactive cases, well timed.
clear teaching on ecg readings with lots of examples. The last talk which tied in the most important things for my practice
Pitched right; informative; interactive.
The hands on experience All of the content & recourses The fact that i can go back and watch it
Understandable, covered wide topics, great speakers
On-line, presenters, content
The basic recap at the beginning and then the clarity of how we were looking at what we see when things go wrong in different places
Well organized, interesting content, good ECG examples
Covered basics to good depth. Set at right level/complexity for me. Covered most likely/common scenarios but also what the most concerning signs would be.
What impact will this event have on your future practice and professional development?
Helpful for day to day clinical practice
Feel more up to date and confident.
Better ECG interpretation
Having a clearer idea when to refer and what would be normal variation,
Will improve patient care
I regularly have to review ECGs and this has given me more confidence
More confidence looking at ECGs; knowing when to refer to cardiology colleagues; improved psychotropic prescribing practice
i will be able to guide and teach my junior doctors.
I will be more confident with reading ECGs. I will request echos on my Clozapine patients who are persistently tachycardic.
More confidence in ECG interpretation and skills I will put into practice.
more confidence reading and responding to ECG’s which are done annually for all my patients
Already thinking of adapting some of my practice.
I feel more confident about knowing when to refer patients to cardiology; more confident in managing clozapine-induced tachycardia.
I feel more confident at interpreting ECGS
I am feeling a lot more confident reading ECGs
It will be helpful to have a good logical approach to making my own interpretations
Improving my clinical skill in ECG interpretation
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