FAQs about Project ECHO Ontario Skin and Wound Care

Answers to popular questions we get asked. You might also wonder about the cost – that’s easy! There’s absolutely no […]

A model that improves health care capacity and access

How are Queen’s University, RNAO, and WoundPedia working together to improve wound care in Ontario? Wounds are a devastating, costly […]

Three standout features: Is this the right opportunity for you?

Are you a health care provider in Ontario who wants to ensure patients with wounds are treated safely and effectively? […]

7 Project ECHO Skin and Wound Care tools you should know about

In addition to virtual clinics, we are steadily growing the number of tools and resources that are freely available Tele-ECHO […]

Three questions about alignment with Ontario’s health priorities

How the project lines up the government’s plan for changing and improving Ontario’s health system Innovations such as Project ECHO […]

Best practice guidelines ensure patients get the care they need

Bringing best practices together with an interprofessional approach sparks innovation in wound care Project ECHO started in New Mexico in […]

Skin & Wound Care Boot Camps for Spokes

Bringing together regional skills and teams to increase system capacity Project ECHO Ontario Skin and Wound Care two-day in-person “boot […]

A specialized curriculum and interprofessional approach

Here’s a curriculum example demonstrating the breadth of topics that will be covered Project ECHO Ontario Skin and Wound Care […]