Project ECHO® is a collaborative learning platform that connects high-quality specialty training to local care providers. This hub and spoke model uses videoconferencing technology to create a network of care providers who share best practices, discuss cases and identify effective strategies. ECHO® sessions are held weekly or bimonthly and consist of didactic presentations and case reviews. Participants can earn continuing education credits and may be awarded a stipend.
Current ECHO Programs
If you have questions about the ECHO® program at Rush, please contact Deanna_P_Doss[at]rush.edu or call (312) 563-2113