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Democratizing expert medical knowledge.

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Too many expecting mothers and newborns are still referred to distant facilities when they could be treated locally, contributing to unnecessary morbidity or mortality. We use the Project ECHO tele-mentoring framework to ensure health workers increase their knowledge and confidence to treat patients closer to home.

How ECHO Tele-mentoring works

How ECHO Tele-mentoring works

ECHO Infographic

Cultivating a community of care:
peer-to-peer learning and support between participants


clinicians learn from specialists and each other, while specialists learn emerging best practices
from clinicians

Improved community care:
local clinicians treat patients they would have otherwise referred out with improved knowledge and confidence

Strengthening local care:

clinicians share knowledge with others at their local facilities

Case-based learning:
clinicians share challenging patient cases and problem-solve with subject matter expert and clinicans

clinicians participate in interactive A/V technology from any smart or mobile device

  • 163

    sessions conducted

  • 3,211

    healthcare workers trained

  • 71%

    learners with improved knowledge

  • 429,000

    patients treated by

    EH-trained clinicians

How tele-mentoring equalizes health outcomes?
  • Locally-led. Expert medical knowledge is imparted by and to nurses, midwives, physicians, and biomedical engineers practicing in local communities, improving their knowledge, attitude, and practice.

  • Accessible. Our virtual clinics are easy to access and available to everyone in even the most rural and isolated areas.

  • Responsive. We create new programs in response to what healthcare workers and partners need, providing the most up-to-date specialty care information and technical support.

  • Effective. Healthcare workers become equipped to deliver specialized care to women and newborns in their local facilities who they otherwise would have referred out.

  • Supportive. We foster a strong peer-to-peer community of healthcare professionals working in low-resource areas.

  • Impactful. Using case-based learning and an “all teach all learn” model, both frontline healthcare workers and expert mentors are enriched.