Watch our video to find out more about Project ECHO.

Strathcarron Hospice joined the Project ECHO Community in 2018.  This is a global telementoring model that joins communities (in this case, health and social care) together so they can learn with and from each other.

The goal of the programme is to increase the capacity of care providers to safely and effectively support and manage those with chronic, common and complex conditions.  The ECHO model uses videoconferencing to enable specialists, such as those from palliative care to share their knowledge and expertise with other health or social care professionals.

We currently have two ECHO networks running: local Care Homes and Scottish Ambulance Service Advanced Practitioners.  Examples of the programmes which we agreed with each network Care Homes Scottish Ambulance Service

If you would like to find out more about Project ECHO and how your organisation can get involved please contact Dr Sally Boa, Head of Palliative Care Education - [email protected] or Lindsey Manzie, Education Secretary - [email protected]