Project ECHO: Addressing Alcohol Misuse Prevention for the 21st Century

Project ECHO®: Project ECHO (Extension for Community Health Outcomes) is an evidence-based distance learning method developed by researchers at the University of New Mexico, in which a group of faculty experts meets regularly with a participant cohort to engage in case-based discussion and learning. Using this format, this group will meet for 1 hour via Zoom videoconference twice per month for 3 months (7 total sessions). Each session will include a brief expert-led educational segment and an extended participant-led case discussion. This Project ECHO is hosted by CCSME, a Project ECHO Hub site, in partnership with the New England PTTC.
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