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Upcoming Session

9/21/17, Child Maltreatment


What is Project ECHO?

Project ECHO® (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes) is an international telehealth initiative that connects the surgical specialists in the UW Department of Surgery with the primary care providers across the region. Via a regularly scheduled videoconference, UW specialists provide education and lead a collaborative discussion on submitted patient cases.

Project ECHO Benefits

• Free CE credit*
• Collaboration and support from a network of UW specialists and other providers
• Patients can be treated for chronic and complex disease within their own community
• Improves access, no long waits to see a specialist

Interested in joining Project ECHO?

Tune in every third Thursday of the month at 2 PM for our series on Emergency Pediatric Care which focuses on emergency, acute care, and post-operative management of pediatric patients. This series is especially beneficial to emergency medicine, trauma, urgent care and paramedic health care providers. CE credit is available to those who attend the live teleconference.

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*CE credit is available to those who attend the live teleconference only.

Other educational resources

Check out our other surgical education resources, including online CME courses and a surgical education podcast


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