Last Chance to Book - ACDM Webinar - ECG and Holter Data Explained - 14th April


Course overview
In recent years Cardio Analytics has realised a significant increase in demand for Ambulatory Holter monitoring within clinical trials. It has become apparent that there is a wide range of understanding with regard to the nature of Holter data in particular.

This training session is aimed at dispelling misconceptions and providing a comprehensive overview of electrocardiogram (ECG) and Holter data so that you can design better protocols and case report forms and more easily collect and clean the data.

Who should attend?
Any roles involved in handling or deciding what data should be used from ECG and Holters.


  • What data is available from an ECG
  • What data is available from a Holter
  • ECG vs. Holter – what is the difference?

By the end of this course you will be able to:

  • Describe the data points available from an ECG
  • Describe the data points available from a Holter and how they are different to ECG
  • Assess and appropriately evaluate the ECG and Holter requirements stated in a Protocol to design appropriate case report forms

Course format
This is a 90 minute interactive webinar including a variety of trainer input and the opportunity to contribute and ask questions.

Webinar Details:
Date: 14 April 2015
Time: 12:00 – 13:30 GMT
Duration: 90 minutes
Venue: Webex
Instructor: Georgina O’Connor and David Lavers

Instructor Profile

Georgina O’Connor has worked as a cardiac technician/physiologist within the NHS and also in various roles within the world of clinical trials (both device and pharmaceutical) for over 20 years. She has a wide range of experience in clinical cardiac diagnostic testing, patient care and an intimate knowledge of most aspects of clinical trials, their design, performance, analysis and report submission.

Georgie currently works at Cardio Analytics in Plymouth, Devon as a Senior Cardiac Data Analyst/Projects Manager

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