ECHO Sessions

BC ECHO on Substance Use is a free evidence-based intervention that links primary care providers with interdisciplinary specialists through virtual, interactive, case-based education sessions that aim to empower health care providers to treat patients with substance use disorders in their own communities. Using the Project ECHO (Extension for Community Health Outcomes) Model, the objective is to improve health outcomes for patients in remote and under-served communities.

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