Summer ECHO 2020
Hosted by CAMH, University of Toronto and Project ECHO
This program is intended for Ontario-based healthcare providers. The 12 week program will run for on Fridays from 12:00 - 1:15 pm from June 5th – August 28th. More information on the curriculum can be found here.
ECHO IMPH aims to:
- Explore assessment and management of mental health conditions that are complicated by physical health concerns;
- Integrate information from clinical guidelines to effectively prioritize care issues;
- Discuss prescribing challenges and optimal medication management for patients with co-occurring mental and physical health conditions; and
- Assist patients who are experiencing functional impairment due to co-occurring mental and physical health concerns.
What is Project ECHO?
Through weekly videoconferencing sessions and a case-based learning model, Project ECHO at CAMH and U of T aims to strengthen primary care and allied health capacity in key priority areas for mental health and addictions. Sessions are engaging, interactive, practical and evidence-based.
How do I join?
Visit our website https://camh.echoontario.ca/programs-cpm/ and click the green “Register here” button.