Project ECHO COVID-19

Western Victoria PHN (WVPHN) has initiated the Project ECHO COVID-19 sessions to help connect local health practitioners with relevant experts and improve the flow of information and knowledge to support wider efforts to better understand and combat the current pandemic. Project ECHO - Persistent Pain logo

Weekly teleECHO sessions are held on Thursday mornings from 7.30am – 8.30am and are delivered via live video conference. They are open to all  primary care clinicians in the WVPHN catchment region.

See also

WVPHN COVID-19 Response page

About the COVID-19 teleECHO sessions

WVPHN has brought together an expert panel for each teleECHO session. Each week, the panel comprises clinicians from across western Victoria who are experts in the chosen topic of discussion.

The aim of the sessions are to:

  • raise awareness of regional planning relating to COVID-19 testing, assessment and treatment services
  • help primary care practitioners better understand referral pathways both now and into the future as new services emerge in response to regional planning at local, state and national levels.

Topics will reflect the changing issues and trends of the week and every session will include time for questions and answers based on questions and feedback submitted by participants prior to the session.

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More information

Contact our Project ECHO team

Last modified: 4 April, 2022