Get expert consultation to better care for patients with Long- COVID Syndrome using evidence-based practices
Supported by the Maricopa County Department of Public Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Arizona State University (ASU) is launching a Long-Covid ECHO program in April 2023. Project ECHO sessions provide a safe, collaborative, 1-hour case-based learning and peer mentoring experience for frontline clinicians. Sessions will take place every other Thursday (noon – 1pm) and will be led by an expert with clinical expertise on the selected topic. Primary care providers across Arizona are invited to join this free, interactive learning network to collaboratively advance improvements in the treatment of patients suffering from Long COVID syndrome.
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- All primary care providers welcome
- MD, DO, NP, PA, Family Practice, Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, Ob/Gyn, Behavioral Health
- Sessions are free of charge
- 16-week program
- Launching: Thursday April 6th at 12pm
- Live, virtual learning network
- Access to expert mentoring