For 2019, ECHO Chronic Pain/Opioids will be offering an evening series, that will focus

on Buprenorphine/naloxone in Primary Care.

Please join us for our NEW 4 part evening ECHO series on Buprenorphine/Naloxone prescribing.  
All sessions are from 7:00-8:00 PM EST and will consist of a didactic by our interprofessional team (Physiatrist, Neurologist, Family medicine and more) and patient case discussions. 

Date Time Topic
Feb 25, 2019 7:00-8:00pm How to identify opioid use disorder
Mar 04, 2019 7:00-8:00pm How to start a patient on buprenorphine/naloxone
Mar 11, 2019 7:00-8:00pm Stabilization, maintenance & long term treatment
Mar 25, 2019 7:00-8:00pm Managing pain in patients who are on  buprenorphine/naloxone

Sessions are free!
This is open to all healthcare professionals (you do not need to be an ECHO participant to join) 

*Before the sessions start, you will receive a pre-survey questionnaire to complete. This is mandatory to receive CME credits but not to attend the session. 
*You will be contacted by an ECHO staff regarding an optional research study.

 

Fully Funded by the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care.

Details:

ECHO evening series are:
– Free
– Open to anyone (healthcare provider, do not need to be an ECHO Participant to register)
– CME/CPD accredited (2 MainPro+ credit per hour)*
*only participants who registered for the session are eligible for CME/CPD credits.
-Online (Video conference). Agenda materials and slides will be sent the weekday prior to the session.

What you need to participant:
– A computer with a stable internet connection, a webcam and microphone  OR
– An iOS/Android mobile device and phone connection for audio only.

What is ECHO?


ECHO is an interactive educational video conference workshop, linking an interprofessional expert “hub” team with healthcare participants.

Sessions are broken into 2 parts.

1. A didactic lecture presentation is given by the inter-professional expert team.
2. Patient case(s) provided by participants. These are real patient cases that you, as participants would like assistance with. Other participants and the expert team provide mentoring and support to the provider, so that the patient can get the care he/she needs.

*All patient cases are anonymous. Please do not share any patient identifying information. If you wish to present a patient   case or would like more information on presenting a patient case, please contact Anastasia Paramonova at anastasia.paramonova@uhn.ca.  

When you register to attend an evening session, an agenda will be sent to you the weekday prior to the session. The agenda will have the learning materials, a link to connect to the session and a link to the post-feedback survey.