Lecture Overview


A must-watch refresher for all health professionals on the fundamental topic of what to do in a life threatening emergency situation. Using the context of life threatening arrhythmias, update your knowledge with this short and sharp presentation from Joanne Reading on what to do in an emergency.


Joanne Reading

Joanne Reading is a clinical educator within the 42 bed ICU at the Royal Melbourne Hospital, which also services critically ill patients from the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre and the Royal Women’s Hospital. Joanne holds a critical care graduate certificate and a master of health science with a focus on education. She is also the author of her own nursing education website called “Blogging for your Noggin”. With a special interest in all things cardiac and respiratory. Joanne is passionate about ensuring that education not only fosters critical thinking but is entertaining in the process!




28 Total Rating(s)

Very good.

Jonesie Maureen Pama
03 Dec 2018

Vibrant presenter, clear and concise.

Karinda Serpanchy
15 Nov 2018

Engaging well presented

Susan Sinclair
15 Nov 2018


Sue Heath
21 Oct 2018

Excellent and informative presentation

Rachel Michael
30 Aug 2018

Great refresher.

Lynn Broderick
29 Aug 2018

There was some technical problems with the recording and I had to complete the session over several attempts to get the full version. The speaker was very clear and concise.

Debra Moloney
17 Aug 2018

Very well presented

Michelle Cole
15 Aug 2018

Informative topic.

Pauline Aurora Moody
12 Aug 2018

She has a good way in explaining the topic

Edgardo boncales
23 Jul 2018

Excellent BLS refresher & ALS intro.

Karen Tuohy
10 Jul 2018

Wonderful engaging educator! 5 STARS!

Ingrid Limkilde Sawyer
27 Jun 2018

Good, enjoyed it

Kimberly Hall
25 Jun 2018

wonderful presentation. worth to watch.

Lei Zhang
25 Jun 2018

excellent resource

Jennifer Ryan
25 Jun 2018


Sophie Sophie
15 Jun 2018

I found this lecturer very easy to listen too. The video is as extremely informative and easy to follow.

Kerry Ball
14 Jun 2018

Brilliant presentation. Thank you

shea Hine
13 Jun 2018

Well done!! :))

Pamela Boyd
08 Jun 2018

I would recommend this education to other health professionals.

Joanne Sealey
08 Jun 2018

short sharp and relevant well presented

Susan Anderson
07 Jun 2018

Found the lecturer easy to listen to and consise

Rachel Stjepanovic
07 Jun 2018

Fabulous presentation. Very informative

Linda Linda
07 Jun 2018

very easy to understand, great presentation

Kathrine Stringer
07 Jun 2018

This lecture was easy to understand. The lecturer was effective in their presentation.

Anne Marie Halls
07 Jun 2018

Presenter excellent and delivered a wonderful refresher.

Jacqui Cornelissen
06 Jun 2018

Great short refresher. Simplified for easy listening.

Pam Stuart-hensley
06 Jun 2018

This education was engaging and very concise , I would recommend this education to other health professionals as a refresher

Fenella King
06 Jun 2018

Very useful The presenter explains it easily

Linda Bauer
06 Jun 2018

Ditto!! Well done Joanne :)

06 Jun 2018

Great refresher

Kirsty walsh
06 Jun 2018

Fantastic presentation

Marcie Wait
05 Jun 2018