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HCV Provider Training
The Project ECHO knowledge-sharing model brings together specialists from multiple focus areas to create a robust, holistic approach to learning. Each month Project ECHO offers a three-hour virtual hepatitis C virus (HCV) training for New Mexico and/or Indian Country clinicians and their teams interested in partnering with Project ECHO. The training includes an overview of the ECHO model, HCV infections, clinical treatment guidelines, and HCV prevention efforts in New Mexico

Following training, participation in teleECHO sessions is expected. Through case-based learning and group discussion, participants will develop the skills needed to independently manage patients with HCV infection. On-going participation in teleECHO sessions is the basis for continuously improving and expanding HCV treatment in New Mexico and Indian Country.

CME and ACPE credits for pharmacists are available following participation in each session. Please email HCVEcho@salud.unm.edu if you have any questions or concerns.


You can choose to attend one or more of the following sessions.


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