ECHO® Learning Series

Join an online community to upskill in best practice areas of health and wellbeing.

ECHO® Learning

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ECHO® Learning

Moving knowledge, not people

Our ECHO® Learning Series bring together experts and participants on a free web-based platform to share evidence-based knowledge, discuss cases or scenarios, and develop new skills in the areas of health and wellbeing.

Project ECHO® (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes) began with a mission to improve health care in rural and underserved populations. Founded in 2003, out of the University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center, today there are more than 179,000 learners and 960 ECHO® Programs in 45+ countries.

Learn more about how Project ECHO® started.

ECHO® Learning Series

Current Learning Series

Explore our free web-based courses, learn new skills and network with new colleagues.

What others think of ECHO®

WATCH: Annie, Dietitian Queensland Children’s Hospital talks about her participation in the Childhood Overweight and Obesity ECHO® Series and how it supported her to develop a network of experienced clinicians.

READ: Longreach GP and Executive Director of Medical Services for Central West Hospital and Health Service Dr David Walker on attending the Childhood Overweight and Obesity ECHO® Series.

Do you have an ECHO® idea?

Let’s talk about how ECHO® can support your organisational health and wellbeing learning needs. Contact us to find out how.

Last updated 31 August 2021