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Undifferentiated Chest Pain: Diagnosis, Treatment, and Emergency Response

Chest pain is a common complaint that we frequently encounter as health care professionals; its cause can range from benign to life threatening and everything in between.

Join us for this comprehensive chest pain management webinar as we explore the common cardiac causes of chest pain and differential diagnosis for non-cardiac chest pain. We will address what chest pain evaluation is required for clinicians in primary care though to the emergency and acute and identify chest pain treatment guidelines relevant to these different settings.

Feedback from previous participants

"It was a great webinar, really enjoyed the clinical scenarios."

"Great overview of differentials for chest pain, questions to ask and treatment for the different conditions."

"The polls keep me engaged and make me really think about the presentations provided."


This course is formally accredited with the RACGP for 1 Hour - Educational Activity. 

RACGP Activity Number: 681928

Accredited with ACRRM Activity ID: 32018

Course Educators
Susan Helmrich
Susan Helmrich

Susan Helmrich RN, DipAppScNsg, BN, CritCareCert, CoronaryCareCert, TraumaNsgCareCert, CertIV(TAE), MN(Ed), GradCert(Ldrshp & Mgt) has extensive experience ...


Recorded Webinar

Available anytime

Duration: 1 hour

1 hour of CPD - Educational Activity

Educational Activities: 1 hours

Areas Of Interest: Cardiovascular, Emergencies


Medical Practitioners, Nurses, Nurse Practitioners, Paramedics

Price $75.00 AUD (incl. GST)

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