ECHO® at URMC
Primary and long-term care clinicians at all levels are invited to attend ECHO clinics at URMC. Internet access and a webcam/microphone-supported device (smartphone, tablet, computer, etc.) are required to participate.
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Continuing Medical Education Credits
Continuing Medical Education (CME/CE) credits will be provided at no cost to participants for each hour of participation. CME/CE credits for each series are awarded quarterly and will appear on your transcript.
Before each session, we will send the Project ECHO® Clinic Evaluation form. Participants must complete this form to be eligible for CME/CE credits.
Non-URMC participants must create a profile with a username and password, if you don't already have one, at www.cme.urmc.edu.
ECHO Autism strives to build the capacity of primary care providers in identifying and treating autism symptoms and expand their knowledge about behavioral treatments.
ECHO Eating Disorders
ECHO Eating Disorders expands the delivery of evidence-based eating disorder treatment into primary care and behavioral health care by promoting integrated, coordinated, and continuous care for patients with eating disorders and their families.
ECHO Geriatric Mental Health in Long Term Care (GEMH)
ECHO GEMH aims to increase skills, knowledge, and self-efficacy of long-term care clinicians in their management of older adults with behavioral health and dementia care needs.
ECHO Palliative Care (PAL)
ECHO PAL aims to increase skills, knowledge, and self-efficacy of community-based clinicians in their management of older adults with complex palliative care needs.
ECHO Psychiatry (PSYCH)
ECHO PSYCH clinics serve as knowledge networks, bringing together hub specialists with spoke primary care providers to co-manage adults with mental illness or substance use disorders.
Hospital Medicine ECHO Rounds
Hospital Medicine ECHO Rounds strengthens URMC hospitalist care, further enabling community hospitals to provide high-quality care to patients who do not require physical transfer to the medical center.
"I really enjoyed yesterday's cases and could definitely relate."
"Thank you. I think it is really a very good avenue for learning."
"I just wanted to touch base about the patient I presented last week...I am planning to schedule him for a visit in the office to go over all of my new thoughts, but would love to hear anything else you all might have to offer...Thanks again! I am learning a lot!"
"The first session was wonderful. I think this will be very beneficial. I took notes and will distribute to our practice so they can share the knowledge."