Minot State University Project ECHO
The purpose of Project ECHO is to move knowledge, not people. NDCPD works to create a multidisciplinary Hub Team of subject matter experts to develop curricula on various issues impacting people with disabilities. The goal of Project ECHO is to provide cost-effective professional development that increases participant capacity in underserved areas by equipping them with evidence-based practices and providing access to specialty consultation, resulting in reduced variations in care.
Each ECHO follows these guiding principles:
- Hub teams include those with lived experience and subject matter experts to ensure project objectives provide an in-depth exploration of relevant topics.
- Presentations consist of current best practices, with key strategies that can be implemented immediately.
- Case presentations offer an opportunity to brainstorm evidence-based solutions, share successes, and receive specialty consultation from Subject Matter Experts.
- Sessions will engage participants in case discussions and provide an opportunity for participants to network with one another, resulting in a community of practice over time.
Current Curricula Offered by NDCPD
This training series focuses on the Medical Home Model, which aims to provide high-quality primary medical care by building relationships with families, clinical specialists, and community resources. This ECHO® is aimed at Primary Care Providers, LPNs, NP, and families with children with special care needs.
Sessions concluded Spring 2023
The Direct Care Resilience ECHO® is a training series to support the mental health and well-being of Direct Care Workers. This series is aimed at Long-Term Care Organizational Leadership, Supervisors, and Direct Care Workers
Aging and Assisted Living Organizations: Every Wednesday, August 2, 2023 – October 18, 2023
Supporting Children of the Opioid Epidemic is a national training initiative on emerging knowledge and evidence-based practices in screening, monitoring and interdisciplinary care for children impacted by neonatal abstinence syndrome (NAS), trauma, or related exposure
Sessions concluded in Spring 2022
Join the ECHO Community
- Review the ECHO Participant guide to learn more about joining and participating in an ECHO session.
- Case presentations are a vital component in the Project ECHO model and critically important for knowledge building and sharing.
- Submit your problem of practice or question for an opportunity to brainstorm evidence-based solutions or share successes with colleagues and other professionals within the network.
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Learn more about the start of ECHO in the Healthcare Community