University of Vermont Project ECHO
About Project ECHO
The Project ECHO model™. Project ECHO® (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes) is an evidence-based interactive distance-learning method developed by researchers at the University of New Mexico. The ECHO model™ links teams of interdisciplinary specialists with primary care clinicians. During teleECHO™ sessions, experts mentor and share their expertise across a virtual network via case-based learning, enabling primary care practice teams to treat patients with complex conditions in their own communities.
University of Vermont Project ECHO Treatment of Chronic Pain
This program will highlight best practices and evidence-based care for treating patients who experience chronic pain. The program will identify strategies, screening tools, resources, and emerging topics in this field. The intended audience is a cohort of individuals or practice teams, including family medicine, internal medicine, social work, behavioral health, and addiction medicine providers throughout Vermont.
This program is offered at no-cost to participants through a grant from the Vermont Department of Health. Participants can receive CME credits for each learning session attended. As a pilot offering, in exchange for your critical feedback to help us implement this new program, a $1,000 practice-level stipend is available.
General questions about the University of Vermont’s Project ECHO can be directed to Elizabeth.Cote@uvm.edu, clinical/topic-specific questions can be directed to Mark.Pasanen@uvm.edu