Project Echo

Three programs at the IUPUI ECHO Center

A new lunch and learn series focused on SUD and stigma , a pain management program entering its fourth programmatic cycle , and a highlight on point of care ultrasound technology education.

Integrated Pain Management ECHO Year 4

Launching: Friday, May 5, 2023.

Virtual sessions will meet from 8 – 9:15 am Eastern on the 1st Friday and the 3rd Tuesday of each month.

The Integrated Pain Management (IPM) ECHO connects leaders in health operation at the intersection of pain management and SUD treatment and prevention. During each session, an interprofessional cohort of health professionals meet to share de-identified patient cases, learn best practices, and consult with peers and expert mentors.

Session topics:

  • Trauma-Informed Care in Acute & Chronic Pain Management
  • Managing Patients on Chronic Opioid Therapy for Pain
  • Neurobiology of Addiction
  • Opioid Use Disorder and Pain
  • Psychosocial Elements of Pain
  • Chronic Pain Health Disparities
  • Lifestyle Medicine: Diet, Sleep, & Exercise

To learn more about the IPM ECHO, click here.

NEW: Marion County Public Health Department Special ECHO Series

Launching: Wednesday, May 24, 2023.

Virtual sessions meet from 12 – 1 pm Eastern.

This three-session limited series is designed for medical professionals and first responders to dismantle stigmas for people with substance use disorder (SUD). Each interactive session includes a presentation by experts in the field and opportunities to source questions with leaders in SUD treatment, prevention, and screening. The May and June sessions will be facilitated by Dr. Eric Yazel, Indiana EMS Chief Medical Officer. This program is hosted in collaboration with the Marion County Public Health Department.

Session schedule:

  • May 24 | Addiction & Recovery: A Story of Hope, Redemption and Community
  • June 27 | Substance Use Disorder Stigma
  • July 27 | Identifying the Biological, Environmental, Behavioral, & Social Causes of Substance Use

Point of Care Ultrasound ECHO

Virtual sessions meet on the 2nd & 4th Monday of each month from 12 – 1:30 pm Eastern.

Point of Care Ultrasound (POCUS) utilizes portable, easy-to-use, and affordable ultrasound technology that allows for quicker discovery of medical issues right at the point of care. The addition of POCUS in clinical care settings improves provider accuracy, quality of care, and patient outcomes. Research demonstrates the benefits of POCUS technology for improving health equity particularly in rural settings. Practitioners who are both new and experienced at using POCUS are encouraged to join.

Upcoming Didactic Topics Include:

  • POCUS in Austere Environments
  • Using Ultrasound for Undifferentiated Hypotension
  • Bowel Ultrasound
  • Musculoskeletal Ultrasound

For more information on POCUS ECHO, click here.

About the IUPUI ECHO Center

The IUPUI ECHO Center uses the Project ECHO model to create a peer-to-peer, virtual learning collaborative that increases workforce capacity. Rather than moving patients, ECHO moves knowledge and helps more patients receive the right care, in the right place, at the right time.

Each session features both a didactic presentation shared by a subject matter expert and a de-identified case presentation shared by a participating ECHO learner. Didactic presentations offer timely guidance on best practices in care, while case presentations allow participants to gather recommendations on clinical care and resources to best serve their patients. Presenting a patient case during an ECHO may fulfill community education criteria and count towards a Community Based Bonus.

All healthcare professionals are invited to join ECHO’s virtual sessions as your schedule allows. You can join anytime throughout the programming year!

Project ECHO is a movement to demonopolize knowledge and amplify capacity to provide best practice care and improve health for people all over the world.

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