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The SEM Academy Team are thrilled to offer a collection of free modules for public viewing. We hope these modules give you a taster of the excellent standard our eLearning resources offer to full SEM Academy members.
ECG INTERPRETATION IN ATHLETES
These Award-winning ECG modules are based on the 2017 ‘International criteria’ and the latest consensus standards for the interpretation of an athlete’s ECG. The course includes 6 modules aimed to help the clinician distinguish normal physiologic ECG findings from ECG abnormalities requiring more investigation. Importantly, the modules provide recommendations for the secondary testing of each specific ECG abnormality to evaluate for the presence of underlying cardiac pathology.
Written by: Prof. Jonathan Drezner, Dr Dan Exeter, Dr Diana Robinson
Release date: 21 January 2019
Basic ECG Interpretation in Athletes
ECG Abnormalities in Primary Electrical Disease
Normal Physiologic ECG findings in Athletes
ECG Interpretation Challenges and Pitfalls
ECG Abnormalities in Cardiomyopathy
Advanced ECG Interpretation in Athletes
Another of our Award-winning resources, this comprehensive module includes information on the definition and pathophysiology of concussion, and the signs and symptoms often displayed by a patient with concussion. There is a detailed section on management of sport related concussion, including clear guidelines on when a player should be removed from sport, and how to decide when they should return to the sporting arena. Predictors of clinical recovery are discussed, and the possible sequelae of repeated concussions. The return to play criteria of some of the major sports are presented.
Written by: Dr Michael Makdissi
With thanks to: Dr Adam Castricum & Dr Diana Robinson
Release date: February 2019
This entertaining Award-winning module gives an overview of the various styles of dance, the specific issues that a dancer may experience and the range of injuries commonly sustained by dancers. Common medical problems are discussed.
Written by: Dr Jason Lam
With thanks to: Dr Diana Robinson
Release date: June 2018
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