Thalassemia ECHO Clinics

Project ECHO® (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes) transforms the way education and knowledge are delivered. This telementoring model uses video-conferencing technology to connect thalassemia health care providers in the Mid-Atlantic Region experts in the region. ECHO® sessions use case-based learning to provide education on various aspects of thalassemia care. The result: patients get the right care, when they need it, close to home.

Benefits:

  • Participants learn from experts.
  • Participants learn from each other.
  • Experts learn from participants as best practices emerge.

Project ECHO: Moving Knowledge, Not People

What do you need to participate?

  • A computer with a built-in webcam, a smartphone or a tablet
  • An internet connection

How can you join an ECHO session?

Contact cuadradoD1@email.chop.edu for more information on how you can join the Thalassemia ECHO Clinics.

Thal-MAR Echo Clinic: Presentations

April 29, 2020
Comprehensive Care in Thalassemia: Considerations for Newly Adopted Children
Janet Kwiatkowski, MD MSCE
Childrens Hospital of Philadelphia.

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