Cancer survivors live in all of our Colorado communities. Despite the prevalence, gaps still exist and people who have finished cancer treatment often have needs that go unrecognized and unmet.
This ECHO learning series is offered by the University of Colorado Cancer Center (UCCC), in partnership with the Patient Navigation Training Collaborative (PNTC) and the Rocky Mountain Public Health Training Center (RMPHTC). This effort is funded by the Cancer, Cardiovascular and Chronic Pulmonary Disease Grants Programs at CDPHE.
This free, four-week series is designed for care coordinators working in primary care. Sessions will cover key strategies and resources to identify support and engage patients with psycho-social needs after cancer treatment. ECHO sessions will focus on defining cancer survivorship, discussing best practices, supporting emotional and social changes, and bridging the need gap for patients after treatment.
Four weekly ECHO sessions held virtually
Thursdays from 12pm- 1pm
January 11th- February 1st, 2018
Care coordinators within the state of Colorado (including non-licensed and licensed) in primary care who work with after cancer treatment patients
What is ECHO?
ECHO (Extension for Community Health Outcomes) Colorado gives voice to knowledge. We offer a unique platform that provides health professionals and those whose work impacts health the opportunity to be part of a community where experts and peers share knowledge and experience using technology, not proximity, to connect. ECHO uses Zoom, a cloud-based video platform that brings all those who are part of an ECHO together from wherever they may be.