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NEW and IMPROVED Certificate Courses – Upgraded Jan 2024

We are very pleased to announce that the Certificate Courses are approved by the American Academy of Physician Assistants (AAPA) for Category 1 CMEs. ECG Academy Level 1+2 program is now approved for up to 28 hours of continuing education. AAPA reference number: CME-2010625. This course will be invaluable to any PA working in the cardiac field, in an Emergency Department, cardiac cath lab, or CCU/ICU.

How Do The Certificate Courses Work? 

 By incorporating ECG Academy's unique video tutorials into an educational framework, we are now able to track each participant's progress. The Sections in the Level 1 (Advanced Rhythm Strip Analysis) and Level 2 (12-lead Interpretation) courses each have 3-5 videos, each 5-15 minutes long, that cover a particular topic. The videos are followed by "Practice Questions" to ensure that you understand the material. At the end of each section there is a short quiz to reinforce the information and to measure your proficiency. There is also a collection of "Essential ChalkTalks" in each level, to help you practice analyzing unknown tracings. At the end of each Level of the course there is a major exam. Completion of the entire program qualifies the participant to receive a "Certificate of Completion," with CMEs as noted above. When you enroll in a Certificate Course, you'll also have access to a library of ECG Academy's ChalkTalks, which are invaluable to help you tackle more difficult tracings. To purchase the course, click the button below and choose the Level 1 or the Level 1+2 Certificate Course. Please note: It generally takes up to 24 hours to get you enrolled and send you instructions via email.

What Physician Assistants Are Saying About ECG Academy...

I just finished all the basic lectures and am very happy with them. They are very professional, easy to understand, and fact-filled. I absolutely can't wait to get through the advanced topics!

I just wanted to drop a quick note to tell you that for ages I have been looking for lessons like yours. I’m telling my PA instructor to suggest your website to his future students (and past..)!

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Which Plan To Choose?

  • If you need CE Contact Hours or a "Certificate of Completion," choose a Certificate Course
  • If you want the challenge and feedback of quizzes and a final exam along the way, but you DON'T need accredited CE/CMEs, choose a HYBRID Course
  • If you don't need a "formal" course but just want to learn to read ECGs by watching videos, choose a monthly membership (or save money with an annual membership plan)
  • If you just need to know cardiac rhythm strips and arrhythmias, choose Level 1 course or the Basic membership plan
  • If you need to be able to read 12-lead ECGs, choose a Level 1+2 course or the Advanced membership plan
  • If you already know how to read ECGs but want to delve deeper into the nuances of arrhythmias and electrophysiology, choose the Expert membership plan
  • If you already know how to read ECGs but need practice dealing with complex or "tricky" tracings, choose the "ChalkTalks Only" plan. You can always upgrade to the Expert membership for additional insight
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