New schedule posted this fall.
The Advanced ECG Interpretation Boot Camp is the world's foremost educational opportunity to improve your ECG interpretation skills and begin interpreting 12-lead ECGs and rhythm strips at an advanced level. The boot camps held in Houston are the only ones in which the class size is limited to just 10 participants. Ask questions at any time and receive 28.0 AMA PRA Category 1 credits for your attendance.
There will be a maximum of 20 participants in this class and, because of the beautiful location, we expect it to fill soon.
Learn advanced ECG interpretation from an internationally-known authority and also take in a bit of our Southern charm, culture and cuisine!
Learn to recognize subtle signs of acute ischemia, distinguish wide complex tachycardias and so much more!
October 28 - 31, 2019
Come join us in the Eternal City - Rome! Attend the most unique ECG learning experience in the world and then enjoy the sights, sounds, culture and cuisine that is Rome!
Class size is limited to just 20 participants and registration is open world-wide so don't wait too long to enroll! Take advantage of small class sizes and the ability to ask questions of an internationally recognized expert.
We Have An Important Announcement!
American Medical Seminars has commissioned Dr. Jerry W. Jones to create for them an ECG course especially for those reading ECGs at a basic level who would like to improve their skills and achieve an intermediate level of ECG interpretation! Although this is not a Medicus of Houston course, it will be taught by Dr. Jones.
To learn more, click here!
Tired of being just a member of the audience?
If you've ever attended a board review course, you know what it's like to sit in a huge hall or conference center with four or five hundred other people wanting to learn something. Of course, questions occur to you but the speaker is either unavailable to answer them or simply unapproachable.
I am Jerry W. Jones, MD FACEP FAAEM and - believe me - I have been there and done that many times during my 40+ years of medical practice. It was for that reason when I founded Medicus of Houston to develop and teach the Advanced ECG Interpretation Boot Camp, I decided to limit the class size to a maximum of 20 participants. In Houston, Texas where the company is based, class sizes are limited to just TEN (10) participants!
Notice that I refer to those attending our classes as participants and not students. In our boot camps, observing passively is not an option. Everyone participates individually in the interpretation of complex electrocardiograms during the class while being personally guided, mentored and challenged by me! It is always a great learning experience because questions inevitably arise and there is time for me to address them during the class! And if I can't address them during class, I am also available after class to answer questions. During the four days of the Advanced ECG Interpretation Boot Camp I am dedicated to teaching you and answering your questions - and that includes after class until 10 pm!
At Medicus of Houston you are always a participant... never just an audience!
Just a reminder that our classes ("boot camps") are very small - only 10 to 20 participants. Don't wait until the last minute to enroll because you may miss a great opportunity!
We do offer tuition discounts for groups of 3 - 5 participants and even greater discounts for groups of 6 or more participants. For groups or organizations that want a private, 4-day boot camp please call Jerry W. Jones, MD at 001-713-931-5423 to learn how to obtain "buy-out" pricing! For those in the U.K., call +44 800 011 9654 (M-F, 3 pm - 11 pm GMT).
An Advanced Dysrhythmia Boot Camp is available with CME credit. Due to the complex nature of the subject matter, this course is offered only as a VIP Private Tutoring module for one or two participants or as a privately contracted group (maximum 20 participants).
A 2-day boot camp for the two most critical problems challenging paramedics: advanced ECG interpretation focusing on tachycardias and acute myocardial infarctions. This course is projected to debut fall of 2018. Continuing education credit is being arranged.