Project ECHO es un programa en UNM, en esta coyuntura y dificil momento por el que estamos pasando, ECHO busca poder ayudar y seguir con su misión de desmonopolizar el conocimiento y amplificar la capacidad para proveer de las mejores practicas en el cuidado a la población mas vulnerable. Las sesiones son en inglés y hay que llevar a cabo un registro, la infromación la encuentran en este correo mas abajo. Si conoces a alguien que pueda estar interesado ya quien esta información le sea de utilidad no dudes en reenviar este correo. 
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New Launch!

First Responder Resiliency TeleECHO Program

Trauma and Resiliency for First Responders and Frontline Healthcare Workers
Medical Director: Jeff Katzman, MD

Open to all healthcare workers and public safety officers: MD/DO, RN, PA, Respiratory Therapists, EMS, Fire & Rescue, Police, Behavioral Health, Community Health Workers, Pastoral Care, etc.

Unprecedented times call for tools and support for first responders and all healthcare workers.
The First Responder Resiliency ECHO, aimed at increasing self-care and resiliency in crisis, will be led by a team of subject matter experts including internationally acknowledged disaster psychologist, Dr. George Everly, and Dr. Jeff Katzman, a leading expert in trauma and resiliency.

This interdisciplinary team's expertise includes: Critical Incidence Trauma Care, Psychiatry, Emergency and Pre-hospital Medicine, Law Enforcement Mental Health, and Pastoral Care.
Registration here
First Responder Resiliency ECHO Resources

FRR Flyer
Additional Resources & Support
Session Slides and Video Recordings
Project ECHO COVID-19 Webpage
Previous Session Recordings
Apr 13, 2020 - Building Resilience, Part 1 of 4
ECHO Overview
Project ECHO in 90 seconds - Video 
Project ECHO One-Pager - Our Story and Model 

Please contact with any questions or concerns.

For issues regarding connecting, please call (505) 750-4897 or email 
ECHO is a movement to demonopolize knowledge and amplify the capacity to provide best practice care for underserved people all over the world.
In order to support the growth of the ECHO movement, Project ECHO collects participation data for each teleECHO™ program. This data allows Project ECHO to measure, analyze, and report on the movement's reach. It is used in reports, on maps and visualizations, for research, for communications and surveys, for data quality assurance activities, and for decision making related to new initiatives.


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