Project ECHO® Eating Disorders is an ongoing, twice-monthly web-based learning series providing case-based learning and brief lectures to build providers’ capacity to better serve people with eating disorders and their families in their home communities. The 90-minute sessions (first and third Tuesdays from 12:00 – 1:30 p.m.) promote evidence-based strategies and best practice guidelines for working with patients at all levels of care and support ongoing mentorship and interdisciplinary relationship building and care coordination. Sessions are cost-free, as are CME hours and social work CEUs for participants.
For additional information, please go to: www.nyeatingdisorders.org/echo.html
To register for this series, please go to: http://bit.ly/ECHOEDOREG
There is also a parallel ECHO® series for all disciplines of K-12 school staff, focused on prevention, identification and support for children and adolescents with eating disorders and their families. More information on that series: http://www.nyeatingdisorders.org/sb-echo.html
For ECHO-related questions, please contact: Jim_Witmer@URMC.Rochester.edu