A. Use technology to amplify and leverage resources.
B. Share best practices to reduce disparities.
C. Apply case-based learning to master complexity.
D. Evaluate and monitor outcomes.
All teach, all learn
Project ECHO® is a performance and knowledge optimiser. It guides participants toward best practice through knowledge sharing, online interactive discussions and collaborative learning.
Participants dial into ECHO® learning series via Zoom video conferencing software which requires an internet connection and a device with a webcam. Zoom is free for participants to download and use.
Access to best practice
ECHO® Learning Series promotes small groups of case- or scenario-based learning, led by a panel of experts. This helps increase access to best practice and reduce health disparities, especially for those in rural and remote areas.
Learn from colleagues, experts and specialist mentors, as they learn from each other, and experts/specialist mentors learn from participants as new best practices emerge.
For series with a clinical focus, participating clinicians who present de-identified cases retain full responsibility for managing the patient.
Health and Wellbeing Queensland acknowledges the Traditional Owners and custodians of the lands from across Queensland. We pay our respects to the Elders past and present for they are holders of the memories, traditions, the culture and aspirations of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples across Queensland.