Project ECHO Research
A short bibliography is provided below to give an idea of the topics and approaches used in KUMC Project ECHO scholarly activities.
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Spaulding, R., Henley, W., Lyon, J., Lopez, M., Wright, S., Deckert, C. Project ECHO in Kansas: Qualitative assessment of participants' perceptions of self-efficacy, knowledge translation and rural/urban comparisons. Presentation at the 2019 MetaECHO Infinite Possibilities Annual Meeting, March 2019, Albuquerque, NM and 2019 University of Kansas Medical Center Faculty Research Day, Kansas City, KS
Sethi, R., Panwar, V., Ravishankar, D., Deckert, C. Kansas' Response to the Opioid Crisis: Implementation of an ECHO model to teach providers in urban and rural Kansas. Presented at APA2019 Conference, Washington, DC and 2019 University of Kansas Medical Center Faculty Research Day, Kansas City, KS
Deckert, C. Public Health Meets Project ECHO. Presented at 2019 Adaptive Leadership Network Gathering, Baltimore, MD
Moon, D., Ellerbeck, K., Bellinger, S., Gordon, C., Kelly, K., Coleman, S., Wright, S., Deckert, C., Nelson, E.L. (2019, March). Help! It might be Autism: The ECHO Project Evaluation. Presented at MetaECHO 2019 Conference, Albuquerque, NM
APA 172nd Annual Meeting - May 18 - 22, 2019 | San Francisco, CA
2019 KUMC Faculty Research Day - October 17, 2019 | KU Medical Center, Kansas City, KS
KUMC Faculty Research Day was initiated in 1982 to celebrate faculty research at the University of Kansas Medical Center (KUMC) and recognize the excellent work of the KUMC research community. This day provides KUMC scientists an opportunity to share their research work with other faculty and for all faculty to hear about the innovative research conducted at the medical.
Wright, S. (May 2019). Project ECHO: Opioid Use Disorder. Presented at TexLa's Telehealth at the Crossroads Conference, Austin, TX.