ECHO Managing COVID-19 In Primary Care
Sessions will start on Tuesday July 14 2020
Learn how to diagnose and manage your COVID-19 patients through interactive online medical education.
This 12 part series is open to all primary care providers in Ontario.
ECHO is an interactive educational videoconference program, linking an interprofessional expert team with healthcare participants.
Each session includes:
- Short didactic on diagnosis and management of COVID-19
- Case based discussions on real de-identified cases
About the program:
- Connects you to an inter-professional specialist team
- Present your patient cases (de-identified) for recommendations and support
- Videoconferencing (online)
- No cost (This program is fully funded by the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care)
About the case presentations:
- Do you have a challenging COVID-19 patient case?
- You can present your case(s) at ECHO, for feedback and recommendations from the specialist team
- All patient cases are anonymous. Please do not share any patient identifying information.
What you need to participate:
- A computer with a stable internet connection, a webcam and microphone
- Or an iOS/Android mobile device and phone connection for audio only
Please note that there are certain conditions which must be agreed to if you are selected to participate in this ECHO program. The statement of collaboration may be downloaded by clicking here.
|14 July 2020||Classification of COVID-19|
|21 July 2020||Prescriptions for Discharged Patients|
|28 July 2020||
Palliative Care and COVID-19
|11 Aug 2020||Management of COVID-19 in Aggregated Settings|
|18 Aug 2020||Respiratory Health & COVID-19|
|25 Aug 2020||Rehabilitation of Patients with COVID-19 (pain management)|
|15 Sept 2020||Exercise for Outpatient in the Community|
|22 Sept 2020||Mental Health Concerns During COVID-19 For All Patients|
|29 Sept 2020||COVID-19 & Substance Use|
|6 Oct 2020||Management During Pregnancy and Childhood|
|20 Oct 2020||Community Resources for Patients|
|27 Oct 2020||Post-ICU syndrome after COVID-19|