Virginia Department of Health Opioid Addiction Prevention ECHO
The Virginia Department of Health, Virginia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services, Virginia Department of Medical Assistance Services, Virginia Commonwealth University, University of Virginia, and Virginia Tech Carilion have partnered since 2017 to provide healthcare provider education to care for patients at risk for, or with a history of, opioid addiction.
To learn more, visit:
Virginia Commonwealth University
Carilion Virginia Tech School of Medicine
Cheri W. Hartman, Ph. D.
Grant Project Director, Virginia ECHO Project; Building a Bridge to Treatment from the ED
Carilion Clinic, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine
804-798-7984 | firstname.lastname@example.org
James Madison University: Campus Suicide Prevention ECHO
Project ECHO for Campus Suicide Prevention is a free, online forum for learning and discussing how to reduce suicide risk and promote wellness among college age students.
To learn more, visit http://www.campussuicidepreventionva.org/projectechoforcampussuicideprevention.pdf
Virginia Department of Health/George Mason University: Virginia Concussion Initiative:
VCI concussion experts will lead free, interactive telementoring sessions for school administrators, teachers, nurses, specialized student support staff, athletic trainers, and community healthcare professionals to provide information about best practices in concussion programming and management.
To learn more, visit https://concussion.gmu.edu/echo
Virginia Department of Health/Virginia Commonwealth University Child Abuse and Neglect Project ECHO
Protecting Children through Equal Access to Child Abuse Resources is a virtual series of child abuse identification and evaluation educational programs led by specialists at Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU. This series connects community providers with child abuse and maltreatment specialists in regular, real-time, collaborative sessions revolutionizing medical education and exponentially increasing workforce capacity to provide best-practice specialty care and reduce health disparities.
To learn more, visit https://www.vcuhealth.org/services/telehealth/for-providers/education/child-abuse-project-echo