Senior Coordinator, Project ECHO
Current ECHO Series
Kansas Connecting Communities ECHO - 4 Sessions
- Screening for Behavioral Health and Substance Use for women who are pregnant or may become pregnant
- Brief Interventions motivate patient's toward making a change
- Referral to Treatment/Warm Handoff refer patients to treatment
- Implementation Strategies overcome barriers in a medical setting
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (CDT)
Thursdays - September 5, 12, 19 and 26
Video: Check out our expert panelists Christina Boyd and Melissa Hoffman talking about our upcoming Kansas Connecting Communities ECHO. Christina is the Program Director for Western Kansas KU School of Social Welfare and Melissa is President of Postpartum Support International of Kansas.
What is Project ECHO®Project ECHO® (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes) offers lifelong learning and guided practice model that revolutionizes education and increases workforce capacity. Using free web-based video conferencing technology, participants connect with a webcam and microphone, a table, or a smartphone - from their workplace. This linkage creates a virtual learning collaborative made up of an interdisciplinary team sharing their best-practice expertise and mentoring with participants in different locations. Have you joined our ECHO?
- Acquire new knowledge and expands capacity
- Democratize and de-monopolize medical knowledge linking interdisciplinary specialty teams with multiple primary care clinics
- Access to Interprofessional specialists for mentoring across a virtual network
Moving Knowledge, Not Patients
- Better access for patients in rural and underserved communities
- Care at the right place, given in the right time
- Reduces treatment disparities
Video: Shane Hudson shares his experience with Project ECHO. Shane has been the sponsor of our Opioid Addiction and Opioid Use Disorder ECHOs, and he is the President and CEO of CKF Addiction Treatment.
Making Geography Irrelevant