Step 1 : Application Form - Cohort A (September 7th - December 21st 2022)
**Open to all Healthcare Professionals across Ontario
Project ECHO (Extensions for Community Health Outcomes) Ontario Skin and Wound offers evidence-based mentorship and case-based learning on skin and wound care at no cost to Ontario health care providers. Project ECHO is based on a Hub and Spoke model. A resource team (Hub) comprising of physicians, nurses and allied health providers provide community partners (Spokes), with guidance on patients with complex skin and wound care needs. Spokes are comprised of health care professionals from across the province interested in expanding their knowledge in wound care. Continuing Medical Education (CME) credits will be rewarded to physicians and education credits awarded to non-physicians.
Step 2: Register to access the member resources
This form is only to be completed after you have applied to be a Project ECHO Ontario Skin and Wound Care Spoke organization. If you have not applied, please complete the application form in Step One before proceeding.
Once you have been notified that your application has been accepted and finalized, please self-register to access the member area of this website. Registrations are not active until they have been approved by the administrator.
If you have any questions please contact:
Reneeka Jaimangal, Project Manager, Clinical Coordinator