ECHO Care of the Elderly Dementia


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Project ECHO (Extension of Community Healthcare Outcomes) Care of the Elderly was launched to enhance the quality of care for frail, medically complex older adults in Ontario both in the community and LTC. Through weekly sessions, ECHO Care of the Elderly aims to build health-care providers’ capacity by developing a virtual community of practice. The program is fully funded through the Ministry of Health and Ministry of Long-Term Care and offers CPD/CME credits at no cost to participants. Next sessions of ECHO Care of the Elderly LTC and ECHO Dementia run in 2021. Visit the ECHO website for application dates:

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