University at Sea (ECG Cruises)

Welcome to my Blogspot Page for ECG Workshops I present on various Cruise destinations for University at Sea.
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IF you would like an intense exposure to ECG-Arrhythmia Diagnosis & Management while enjoying a luxury cruise  then one of these educational opportunities may be for you. I've noted below whether I am sole speaker ( = 14 hours on ECGs/Arrhythmias) or whether there will also be another speaker ( = 7 hours on ECGs/Arrhythmias; +7 hours on another topic ...)  Destinations for my upcoming Cruises include:
  • Cruise to CUBA (Nov. 4-10, 2017 — Empress of the Seas, Royal Caribbean) — leaving from Tampa, FL (stops in Havana, Cuba [2 days]; Cozumel, Mexico) — 14 hrs on ECGs.
  • Eastern Caribbean Cruise (April 29-May 6, 2018 — Allure of the Seas, Royal Caribbean) — leaving from Ft. Lauderdale, FL (stops in Nassau, St. Thomas, St. Maarten) — 14 hrs on ECGs.
  • Baltic Cruise (August 14-24, 2018 — Zuiderdam, Holland America) — leaving from Copenhagen, Denmark (stops in Tallinn [Estonia]; St. Petersburg [Russia]; Helsinki [Finland]; Stockholm [Sweden]; Berlin [Germany]; Hamburg [Germany] ) — 7 hrs on ECGs.
  • For INFORMATION regarding University at Sea ( = CEI Conferences)  GO TO: http://www.continuingeducation.net .
  • See Below   for My Previous Cruise Destinations.
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NOTE: I am the sole CME speaker for the 14 hours of CME (that are given on sailing days  leaving plenty of free time for relaxation and land excursions).
  • All participants receive free copies of my ECG/ACLS books (which summarize key content in the course).
  • TOPICS Covered: — The 2 main TOPIC Areas that I cover are: i) 12-Lead ECG Interpretation (starting from the basics; Systematic Approach; Axis; Bundle Branch Blocks/Hemiblocks; Ischemia/Infarction; Chamber Enlargement; ST-T Wave Changes; WPW; Pericarditis; Normal Variants; Technical Mishaps; How to Use Computerized Interpretations, and lots more!  with plenty of Practice Tracings along the way); and ii)  Cardiac Arrhythmias (starting with basic interpretation  up to intermediate level and beyond; SVT vs Wide Tachycardias; AV Blocks and Bradycardia  with focus on clinical relevance and application).
  • Level of My Presentation  is tailored to the level, interests and preference of participants. No matter what your experience  my content is aimed with the participant in mind. My sole goal is to advance your abilities.
  • ECG Videos: Bundle Branch Block (www.bbbecg.com Axis/Hemiblocks (www.axisecg.com Brugada Syndrome (www.brugadaecg.com QRST Changes/Systematic Approach (www.QRSTecg.com AV Block (www.avblockecg.com 3-Part Series on Arrhythmia Mgmt (www.aafpecg.com 3-Part Series on the Basics of Rhythm Diagnosis (Video #10  Video #11  Video #12 ).
  • My ECG Blog (www.blogecg.com):  has a wealth of material. For easy reference  Click on INDEX in the upper right corner.
  • Written Material (for this cruise ...  http://tinyurl.com/KG-Cruise-Handouts . 
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My Previous Cruise Destinations:
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  • July 17-24, 2017 — Eastern Caribbean Cruise (Allure of the Seas, Royal Caribbean) — leaving from Ft. Lauderdale, FL (stops in Nassau, Labadee, Haiti; and Jamaica) — 7 hrs on ECGs. NOTE: This itinerary was altered due to Hurricanes Irma & Maria ...
  • July 13-22, 2017 — Eastern Mediterranean Cruise (Constellation, Celebrity) — leaving from Venice, Italy (stops in Dubrovnik, Croatia; Kotor, Montenegro; Valletta, Malta; Sicily, Italy; Naples, Italy — and landing in Rome on July 22).
  • Jan 29-Feb 4, 2017 — Caribbean Cruise (Royal Caribbean — Freedom of the Seas) — leaving from Ft. Lauderdale, FL (stops in GeorgeTown, Grand Cayman; Cozumel, Mexico; Costa Maya, Mexico).
  • Jan. 3-10, 2016 — Caribbean Cruise (Royal Caribbean — Allure of the Seas) — leaving from Ft. Lauderdale, FL (stops in Nassau; St. Thomas; St. Maarten).
  • Oct. 10-17, 2015  Cruise to Canada/New England (Holland America  Veendam)  leaving from Quebec City, Canada (traveling thru Gulf of St. Lawrence with stops in Prince Edward Island; Sydney and Halifax, Nova Scotia; Bar Harbor, Maine  to final destination in Boston, Mass.).
  • June 27-July 4, 2015  Cruise to Bermuda (Holland America  Veendam)  leaving from Boston, Mass. (spending 3 nights in Hamilton, Bermuda  then returning to Boston on July 4).
  • March 8-15, 2015  Caribbean Cruise (Royal Caribbean  Navigator of the Seas)  leaving from Galveston, Texas (stops in Honduras; Belize; Cozumel, Mexico).
  • July 14-24, 2014  British Isles Cruise (Celebrity Cruises  Infinity)  left from Harwich (England Itinerary included stops Le Havre (France St. Peter Port (Channel Islands Cork and Dublin (Ireland 2 nights in Liverpool (England Glasgow (Scotland and Holyhead (Wales). 
  • Jan. 19-26, 2014  Southern Caribbean Cruise out of San Juan, PR (Royal Caribbean  Adventure of the Seas Itinerary included stops in St. Thomas; St. Kitts; Aruba; Curacao.
  • Nov. 24-December 1, 2013  Eastern Caribbean Cruise (Royal Caribbean  Allure of the Seas)  Itinerary included stops in St. Thomas; St. Maarten.
  • May 18-25, 2013  Alaskan Cruise (Holland America  ms Westerdam)  left from Seattle  stops in Juneau, Glacier Bay, Sitka and Ketchikan in Alaska  and in Victoria, British Columbia.
  • Sept. 16-23, 2012  Mediterranean Cruise (Norwegian Epic)  left from Barcelona, Spain, with an itinerary including stops in Naples, Civitavecchia (Rome), Livorno (Florence/Pisa) in Italy  plus Nice and Marseilles in France.
  • March 3-11, 2012  Caribbean Cruise (Royal Caribbean  Navigator of the Seas).
  • March 5-10, 2011  Caribbean Cruise (Royal Caribbean — Radiance of the Seas).
  • PHOTOS  http://tinyurl.com/KG-British-Isles-Photos . (Additional selected photos to follow ... ).

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