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Project ECHO (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes) Monthly Introduction

Overview of the ECHO model, how it started, and meet members of the ECHO team (8:30 am Mountain Time)

  • Date: 07/14/2020 8:30 am - 10:00 am  
  • Introduction: The ECHO model is a flexible hub-and-spoke platform that allows specialists to share their expertise with learners in rural and underserved communities.

ECHO Institute hosts a 90-minute videoconference session every month using the Zoom platform during which Dr. Sanjeev Arora presents for 45-minutes followed by 45-minutes of interactive discussion and Q&A. This is a great opportunity to hear an overview of the ECHO model and how it started, interact with others learning about ECHO for the first time, and meet members of the ECHO team.

Register here to participate and find out more about Project ECHO.

Project ECHO is an innovative educational model and knowledge-sharing network. The ECHO model is a flexible hub-and-spoke platform that allows specialists to share their expertise with learners in rural and underserved communities.
Joining the Movement can look different for each organization. Some organizations will Start an ECHO and use the ECHO model to amplify their impact by becoming a ‘hub’ (a regional center where teleECHO programs are located). Hubs share specialty knowledge with learners in or beyond their region. Other organizations such as rural clinics will Join an ECHO to become a community partner site or ‘spoke’ and connect to a hub via teleECHO sessions to expand their expertise in a particular field.
Whether your interest is to Start or Join an ECHO, or simply to learn more, we encourage you to explore our Outreach & Training Events to see what best fits your needs. And check our Events Calendar for a comprehensive list of dates, including Virtual Training options for those who are already working with the ECHO Institute. We also invite you to Meet the Replication Team and contact us for additional information.


Joining the ECHO Movement. Next introduction will be on July 14, 2020.
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