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.
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
Internet connection and webcam enabled device like a laptop or smartphone
Minimum two hours per week of committed time
Willingness to present your patient cases for group discussion
How to sign up?
Please provide information on your location, team members, health organization and what skin and wound care conditions you are interested in.
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