Children’s Project ECHO

Project ECHO logoChildren’s Project ECHO (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes) is a tele-mentoring model which works to improve capacity by linking expert specialist teams with participants from a variety of professional backgrounds through teleECHO™ clinics. Project ECHO allows for the sharing of knowledge in real time utilizing technology, clinical management tools and case-based learning.

Children’s Project ECHO launched in 2017 in collaboration with numerous partners and has offered learning series around the topics of childhood obesity, mental and behavioral health, and sports medicine to-date.

See the individual series pages below for more information and to register.

Project ECHO: School Health

Project ECHO participants for this series include school nurses, school administrators, school psychologists and any school staff, as well as primary care providers, primary care staff and community health partners throughout Nebraska. Sessions will launch on October 23, 2019 and run through March 18, 2020.

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Project ECHO: Child Abuse & Neglect

All health care professionals and community partners throughout Nebraska are welcome and highly encouraged to
participate in teleECHO™ clinics, including: physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, registered nurses,
mental health practitioners, social workers and other related staff in primary care offices.

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Project ECHO: Special Sessions

Children’s special session ECHOs offers timely clinical updates and best practices on a variety of health topics.

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Archived Project ECHO Series



Summer 2019: Sports Medicine

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Fall 2018 – Spring 2019: Behavioral Health

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Fall 2017 – Spring 2018: Childhood Obesity

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What To Do Next

Thank you for your interest in Children’s Project ECHO program. Please contact us with any questions.

Jen Martens, MPH
Children’s Center for the Child & Community
Children’s Project ECHO Coordinator
(402) 955-6881

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