Project ECHO utilizes case-based learning and short didactic lectures in a model that allows healthcare professionals to learn from one another through real-life case reviews and discussion. Below are two ECHOs focused guiding informed care of individuals with post-viral syndromes, PASC, ME/CFS and related comorbid conditions.

2023-2024 Project ECHO 

2023-2024 Project ECHO

Long COVID & Fatiguing Illness Recovery Program

Family Health Centers of San Diego, Project ECHO, University of Washington and University of Colorado have collaborated to provide a CDC-funded monthly learning session. The aim of the webinar-style program is to rapidly disseminate post-acute Sequelae of COVID-19 and Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome findings and emerging best practices

This large-scale national monthly ECHO webinar series will offer didactic presentations by subject matter experts, examples of emerging best practices and models of care and a facilitated Q&A.

Register for the monthly series!

Other Related ECHOs

The Schmidt Initiative for Long COVID Global ECHO Webinar Series 

Monthly webinar session on emerging best practices for identifying, diagnosing and treating patients with long COVID symptoms.

This series, supported by the Schmidt Initiative for Long COVID, focuses on local providers in low- and middle-income countries.

Each session includes a presentation by a subject-matter expert on emerging best practices and models of care, as well as a facilitated question-and-answer session.

Topics include: neurocognitive, pulmonary, and cardiac manifestations of long COVID; pediatric post-COVID conditions; physical therapy and practical strategies for long COVID symptom management.

Click here for more information & to register!