Project ECHO for telementoring and telehealth in rural global oncology
Project ECHO is an international network that makes it possible to connect local rural primary health care providers from around the globe with expert clinicians through telementoring to exchange treatment information.
This is a critical improvement in global oncology and in collaboration with the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health Knowledge Map we are participating with others from Dana Farber Cancer Institute and Partners in Health in international training of health care providers in Rwanda and Haiti.
An onsite Project ECHO 2-day training sponsored by the Dartmouth Center for Global Oncology with trainers from MD Anderson Cancer Center will be available to clinicians and related professionals at Norris Cotton Cancer Center at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in early October 2019.
To learn more about Project ECHO and to receive information about training, refer to the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Project ECHO page.