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Project ECHO

Project ECHO at Highland Hospice

Project ECHO has been facilitating communities of practice since 2016, supporting Care Homes, Out of Hours Practitioners, Community Nurses and GPs across Highland and Argyle and Bute. We have expanded our groups in 2020, to include networks addressing non palliative care learning including COVID 19 recovery and re-mobilisation as well as specialist Realistic Medicine curricula funded by the Scottish Government.

Project ECHO is also part of a UK network delivering the project in England and Northern Ireland and you can read about this partnership at the Hospice UK website.

Contact us at echo@highlandhospice.org.uk

Learning more and getting involved

If you wish to learn more about Project ECHO please visit the University of New Mexico’s website and if you would like to discuss ways in which Highland Hospice might help you develop your own ECHO communities of practice (in any healthcare field, not just palliative and end of life care) please contact either Kirsty Bateson, Project ECHO Development Officer at k.bateson@highlandhospice.org.uk or Jeremy Keen at j.keen@highlandhospice.org.uk.

The ECHO model