Project ECHO Ontario Hepatitis C



ECHO Ontario Hepatitis C connects primary care providers from across Ontario with each other and with two inter-professional specialist teams during weekly videoconferencing sessions. The 2 hour weekly videoconferencing sessions include a 20 minutes didactic presentation related to pain care followed by 4 patient case presentations (de-identified) by participants. The sessions are CME accredited for physicians and may provide continuing professional development hours for other health care professionals.

Knowledge transfer at ECHO is achieved by a case-based learning model. Each week, 3-4 cases are presented by ECHO participants. Questions and suggestions are then provided by all participating PCPs and the inter-professional specialist team. All participants gain knowledge from listening to these cases and discussions, creating a growing network of PCPs skilled in managing Hepatitis C. Case presenters are provided with a list of recommendations generated from discussions during the session that they can implement immediately with their patients.

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