Project ECHO® (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes)
About Project ECHO TeleECHO sessions bring together teams of multi-disciplinary specialist experts who share best practices with healthcare workers on the front lines of containing and treating infectious disease. In turn, specialists learn about new and emerging best practices from those very same workers in the field. Project ECHO has also organized programs to prepare for and respond to outbreaks of H1N1, Rocky Mountain spotted fever, and Hanta virus in the United States; Zika in Puerto Rico and the Pacific Island territories; and Ebola in Africa. Project ECHO is a global, telementoring organization that expands access to treatment for complex and chronic health conditions in rural and underserved communities. Based at the University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center, Project ECHO has more than 380 partners in 48 states and more than 35 countries. Project ECHO and Coronavirus As the coronavirus COVID-19 continues to spread around the world, Project ECHO is playing an important role in how public health officials, scientists, and health care workers here and abroad share best practices and information for addressing COVID-19 and coordinate their responses.

Ongoing TeleECHO Sessions


Full list of global COVID-19 teleECHO sessions