Project ECHO Learning Communities

CHAMPS has partnered with the Rocky Mountain Public Health Training Center (RMPHTC) to develop and launch interactive Learning Communities to address clinical quality improvement initiatives important to Region VIII Community Health Centers.

Please click or scroll down to learn more about these CHAMPS/RMPHTC Learning Communities:

What is an ECHO Learning Community? 
ECHO Learning Communities are not like a regular webinar series. Participants will need a computer with a webcam to log onto a live video conference meeting platform where they will see, hear, and interact with content experts and other participants in the learning community.

During each 60 minute ECHO session, a subject matter expert will lead a brief didactic presentation followed by a facilitated discussion with panelists and learners. Learners will then spend the remainder of the hour reflecting on the topic as it applies to their health center and reach out to the expert, panelists and other peer learners for feedback, recommendations, and discussion from the group

ECHO Participant Expectations
As a participant in this FREE learning community, we ask that you:

  • Attend all sessions in the series.
  • Participate in discussions and activities during each session.
  • Join via video for sessions by logging in on a computer with webcam, smartphone, or tablet.

CHAMPS/RMPHTC IMPLEMENTING SUICIDE PREVENTION STRATEGIES

In this series, care team members will work with experts and peers to build a better understanding of suicide prevention activities and will take a multidisciplinary approach to implementing evidence-based strategies for primary care practices.

Please check back for additional updates as more information becomes available.

Coming Winter 2021!

CHAMPS/RMPHTC PREVENTION AND TREATMENT OF CHILDHOOD OBESITY IN PRIMARY CARE

In this series, health center care team members will learn from Children’s Hospital Colorado lifestyle medicine specialists how to utilize effective communication strategies, address nutrition and physical activity guidelines, incorporate comorbidity screening, and when to make referrals to address childhood obesity. We encouraged a variety of care team members to attend, including medical and behavioral health providers, clinical support staff, and related disciplines.

Please check back for additional updates as more information becomes available.

Coming Spring 2021!

View the event flyer for upcoming ECHO Learning Communities here. Please contact the Clinical Quality Improvement Director with any questions.