Project ECHO Persistent Pain returns for Series 3 on 10 February 2021

Do you work with clients needing chronic pain management?

Project ECHO Persistent Pain is returning for Series 3 on Wednesday 10 February 2021 to enhance primary health care clinicians’ knowledge, skills and confidence to deliver best practice chronic pain management.

Western Victoria PHN facilitates an expert panel of pain specialists from Barwon Health, Transport Accident Commission and WorkSafe Victoria for each session. A specific pain topic and case study discussion are held during the sessions which are broadcast to registered participants throughout western Victoria.

The project aims to:

  • To improve knowledge, competence and performance of Project ECHO participants related to pain management
  • To improve knowledge, competence and performance of Project ECHO participants related to work and transport injuries and compensable settings
  • To improve knowledge-sharing and foster a sense of community related to pain management

How to register

If you’re a primary health care clinician who treats chronic and persistent pain in western Victoria, please go to the Project ECHO Persistent Pain webpage to register for the series.

Let’s widen the net of care for persistent pain in your community and support those living with persistent pain.

More information

Please visit the Project ECHO Persistent Pain webpage for more information, or see Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) and printable series flyer below: