Project ECHO – Past Sessions and Resources

Here are the past ECHO cohorts and sessions we have hosted. You can access the related resources by clicking through on the sessions that interest you.

Overall Learning Objective:

Participants will gain knowledge through access to specialty clinical experts, an inter-professional network, and a practice community to support the delivery of best-practice care to optimize comfort for pediatric patients with a serious illness and medical complexity.  Serious illness is defined as a condition that carries a high-risk of mortality in childhood that negatively impacts a child’s daily function, quality of life, or excessively stresses their parents / caregivers (Ariadne Labs. Inc., (2012).

Dates

April – November 2021 (Thursdays 10-11am)
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Overall Learning Objective:

To improve evidence-informed psychosocial care for people affected by advancing life- limiting conditions by providing increased access to education, mentorship and peer support for B.C. psychosocial palliative care providers, specifically Social Workers, Counsellors and Spiritual Health Practitioners.

Dates

January to June 2020
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Overall Learning Objective:

To improve evidence-informed psychosocial care for people affected by advancing life- limiting conditions by providing increased access to education, mentorship and peer support for B.C. psychosocial palliative care providers, specifically Social Workers, Counsellors and Spiritual Health Practitioners.

Dates

September 2020 – July 2021 Thursdays
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Overall Learning Objective:

This session will help you to consider how the new volunteer competency framework document will be of benefit in settings other than hospices, such as long-term care or volunteer-led community groups and organizations that support people effected with serious illness.

Dates

November 23, 2021 & November 26, 2021
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Overall Learning Objective:

Throughout the pandemic, educators have had to scramble to modify in-person sessions to online. Most of the time, the best we could do was PowerPoint over Zoom. The downside was that learners could have the camera off and could be snoozing, not even in the room, or even walking the dog. On the upside, those living in rural and remote areas or those who don't have time to leave their desk have had more, and more accessible, education opportunities. How to keep the good and lose the bad? 

Dates

Tuesday, November 2nd, 2021
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Resources from past ECHOs:

Available resources for each session may vary. For information on available resources for a specific session, please refer to that session page directly.

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