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The Learn Intestinal Failure TeleECHO Clinic (LIFT-ECHO)—launched by Kishore Iyer, at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York—is an online community of medical professionals dedicated to supporting the treatment and management of intestinal failure patients.

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July 28, 2020

LIFT-ECHO boasts participants from all around the world, including: Croatia, France, Italy, Netherlands, UK, Canada, Mexico, Argentina, Brail, Egypt, Nigeria, India Oman Pakistan, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Australia, New Zealand, and every time zone of the US. 

Click "Read More" to view a map of our reach.

July 24, 2020

On July 20th 2020, the MacArthur Foundation announced that Project ECHO has been selected as one of their six finalists for the MacArthur 100&Change competition. Out of 3,960 entries, Project ECHO is now in the final six for chance of to win a $100 million grant to continue and support their mission to demonopolize specialty knowledge. Over the next 6 months, Project ECHO will work with the MacArthur team and outside consultants to continue development on their proposal. 

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Aug 18

1PM - 2PM ET

Experience with the Acute Intestinal Stroke Unit in Paris

Olivier Corcos, MD
Learning objectives for this presentation:
  1. Describe the evolution of acute mesenteric ischemia
  2. Plan the appropriate multi-disciplinary management of acute mesenteric ischemia
  3. Outline outcomes of multi-disciplinary management of acute mesenteric ischemia

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Intestinal Failure: Lessons from Latin America (Part 2)

Gabriel Gondolesi, MD
Learning objectives for this presentation:
  1. Understand the development of intestinal transplants in Argentina
  2. Describe outcomes of ITX in under-resourced geographies
  3. Understand approaches to developing IF expertise in emerging geographies

Managing Type 2 Intestinal Failure: the SNAP approach

Simon Lal, MD
Learning objectives for this presentation:
  1. Describe the pathogenesis of Type 2 IF
  2. Select management priorities for Type 2 IF, using the SNAP approach
  3. Summarize the outcomes for type 2 IF