Project ECHO uses Zoom, the teleconferencing software, to connect professionals from multiple locations to present challenging cases to each other, gather feedback and recommendations, and to discuss new developments and best practices. The structure of each ECHO Clinic is an integral component of the ECHO model.
ECHO is an international evidence-based model for training and peer-to-peer learning originally developed at the University of New Mexico. In this ECHO program, prevention staff at local sexual and domestic violence agencies present challenging cases to each other, gather feedback and recommendations, and discuss new developments and best practices for primary prevention.
This isn’t another passive webinar! We use Zoom so that you can see each other and communicate in real-time. Come prepared to ask questions, make recommendations, and connect with other sexual and domestic violence agency staff across Virginia.
Please register using the ZOOM link. You will receive a notification once your registration has been approved.
For information about our data usage and collection, please visit: http://bit.ly/iECHOdata.