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Join a Live Session
Video-conferencing sessions will be broadcast twice a month. These sessions will be available across the United States to anyone who is interested in participating. There are no prerequisites to join.
During each session, one or two cases will be presented, each for about 5 minutes. Each case will be followed by 20-25 minutes of group discussion regarding the specifics of the case, with direct and specific input from a multi-disciplinary team of experts, the ‘hub’. The sessions will then be capped off with a 15 to 20-minute didactic presentation, from one of many experts on a relevant topic relevant. Experts include but are not limited to: gastroenterologists, surgeons, nutritionists, nurse specialists, pharmacists, and social workers.
- Free training without travel
- Real-time access to specialty consultation
- Further development of best practices in IF treatment
- Decrease liability through peer review
- Opportunity to engage and grow your own professional network
- Intestinal failure (adult or pediatric)
- Short bowel syndrome
- TPN management
- Abdominal catastrophes
- Intestinal transplant
- Complex patient cases
…and much more!
Other Ways to Participate
The important work of LIFT-ECHO and the ECHO Movement relies on people like you to get involved. Explore all the ways you can join the movement and help expand access to healthcare for underserved patients around the world.
Submit a Case Study
During each teleECHO clinic, we review one-two case studies submitted by our spokes. We then work together, as a group, to brainstorm treatment options and solutions. The expert ‘hub’ is committed to providing a summary or the recommendations to the presenting spoke at the end of the clinic. Submit a challenging case of yours today!
Apply for Free CME/CE Credit
Earn Continuing (Medical) Education (CME/CE) credit by participating in a LIFT-ECHO session at no cost. Apply online through the American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition (ASPEN).
Reach out through our website with any questions or feedback you may have about our initiative. Access the contact form here.
Learn about Project ECHO
Project ECHO® operates in more than 220 hubs across 31 countries for over 100 diseases and conditions. Read more about this global movement and its role in shaping the future of medicine.
Start your own ECHO
Find innovative ways to use the ECHO® model to amplify, impact and increase capacity in your field of focus and/or community. Take steps to launch your own ECHO® hub site.