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Project ECHO (Extension of Community Healthcare Outcomes) is a virtual knowledge-sharing platform.

It enables health care practitioners and community organizers to support each other, and the people they serve, through webinars, online lectures and case-based learning modules.

ECHO is an “all-learn, all-teach” approach that is interactive and brings people together across distances. ECHO sessions are free and open to all.

The Palliative Institute has partnered with Pallium Canada to deliver the ECHO model as a means for communicating innovations and best practices in palliative care in Alberta.

See below for upcoming ECHO sessions. We also encourage you to watch the videos of past sessions.

Upcoming ECHO Sessions

None currently scheduled. Please check back here soon.

Past Sessions

This session covered important information on Death Cafes and encouraged participants to facilitate Death Cafe events of their own.

A panel of facilitators explained why they facilitate these events, shared insights into effective facilitation and answered questions.

When: May 4, 2023 from 3 to 4 pm (Mountain Time)

Who: Keltie Watson – Palliative Institute (Moderator), Jessica Johnson – Peace Hills Hospice Society, Gina Vliet – Charon Consulting

Missed this session? Watch the video.

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