Project ECHO Ontario Wound and Skin helps health professionals provide skin and wound care with practical, convenient, and interprofessional two hour online tele-ECHO sessions every week. Hands-on training will also be offered throughout Ontario 2-3 times per year.

Participation is free for Ontario health providers.

More Details

Weekly 2-hour sessions: 15 minute didactic lecture, based on International Interprofessional Wound Care Course (IIWCC) curriculum, followed by discussion of real clinical cases submitted by participants

Topics discussed: diabetic foot ulcers, leg ulcers, pressure injuries, wound bed prep, infection, malignant, post-surgical wounds, traumatic injuries, peristomal care, lymphedema, acute infection and other wound and skin care issues

Hands on learning: 2-3 times per year at sessions held across Ontario

Interested? Here’s What You’ll Need


  1. Internet connection and webcam enabled device like a laptop or smartphone

  2. Minimum two hours per week of committed time

  3. Willingness to present your patient cases for group discussion

Now Taking Applications

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