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 Women's Health: Improving Care and Reducing Disparities
This tele-education series highlights best practices and evidence for improving the care women receive, focusing on common
yet often challenging topics. The program identifies evidence-based diagnostic and treatment strategies, reviews emerging
topics in this field, and highlights resources for patient care. This program is inclusive, and gender-affirming. Each virtual
learning session will consist of a 25-30 minute didactic followed by case presentation(s), with ample time for questions and
answers. Case presentations are generated from the participant cohort, allowing participants to bring forward their challenging
situations to receive input and recommendations from faculty experts and other participants. Target audience: A cohort of
individuals or primary care practice teams, including family medicine, internal medicine adult primary care, and ob-gyn.
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.
General questions about the University of Vermont’s Project ECHO can be directed to Patti.Smith-Urie@uvm.edu, clinical/topic-specific questions can be directed to Mark.Pasanen@uvm.edu
December 7, 2022 - May 17, 2023
Women's Health: Improving Care and Reducing Disparities
This educational series starts on December 7th.
This program is free to participants and has limited enrollment capacity. Registration period has closed.