During this time of global crisis, ECHO model has a special role to play in quickly helping to connect experts and frontline healthcare professionals. To help our partners’ navigate the various ways the ECHO Institute is helping, we have created numerous resource lists of our COVID-19 activity around the world.

Interpretation is available in Spanish, French, Russian, Arabic and Portuguese, for many of these programs.

Global Conversations Series

This ongoing series is open to healthcare workers around the globe working to combat COVID-19 and thinking deeply about how to create a healthier normal as we move forward. Recently launched is the monthly Global Collaborative, moderated by Soumya Swaminathan, MD, Chief Scientist, World Health Organization, and intended discuss recent findings in the fight against the coronavirus.

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International Programs

Brasil

Equipes de especialistas usam videoconferência para conduzir sessões virtuais com profissionais de saúde locais. Dessa maneira, médicos, enfermeiros e outros profissionais de saúde locais aprendem a prestar excelente atendimento especializado a COVID-19 pacientes em suas próprias localidades.

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América Latina 

Esta serie en curso está abierta a los trabajadores de la salud en América Latin quienes trabajan para combatir COVID-19 y piensan profundamente sobre cómo crear una nueva normalidad a medida que avanzamos.

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CDC Sponsored Programs

Advanced HIV Disease in the Context of COVID-19

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Mycotic Diseases Branch hosted a series of webinars on Advanced HIV Care in the context of COVID-19 supported by the CDC Foundation. Sessions addressed a global audience of healthcare providers and those working in public health with French and Spanish translation. This series returns November 2020.

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Practical Infection and Prevention Control (IPC) Considerations in the Fight Against COVID-19

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the World Health Organization (WHO), the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation (EGPAF), IPC professional societies, and Project ECHO bring together speakers from CDC, WHO, and as well as IPC professionals from around the world to focus on practical advice and implementation considerations for IPC for COVID-19.

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WHO Collaborations

Early in the pandemic, the World Health Organization's regional office for Africa has hosted a series of webinars in support of their COVID-19 response. The response has grown to include special programs with an increasing participation from countries around the world.

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