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ECHO COVID-19 GLOBAL CONVERSATIONS

Session Information


This ongoing series is open to healthcare workers around the globe working to combat COVID-19 and thinking deeply about how to create a healthier normal as we move forward.

We will be offering various topics over the course of the next year. Look for updates on the website and email announcements as new topics are scheduled and dates are confirmed.

Each session will include a brief lecture, and Q & A with an expert.

To register, click here: https://echo.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_UDVmkmzJQR60YK_b5mA3lA
For more information, please email ECHOCOVID19GlobalSeries@salud.unm.edu
To see the program flyer, click here: https://echo.unm.edu/doc/covid/GlobalConversations_Jun2020.pdf

Facilitation by:


Sanjeev Arora, MD
Director, Project ECHO

Matthew Bouchonville, MD
Associate Director, ECHO Institute


Upcoming Topics


7/27/20 Leadership Amid a Pandemic Dr. Donald Berwick
See Flyer
8/3/20 Diabetes in the Time of COVID-19 Dr. Robert Eckel
8/24/20 Steps for Reopening during the C-19 Pandemic Kedar Mate, MD
Chief Innovation and Education Officer at IHI
Coming Soon! HIV and Telehealth During COVID-19 AIDS Education and Training Centers (AETCs)
Coming Soon! Health Care Worker Safety Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME)

All sessions will be held on Mondays 08:00 - 09:30 MDT (14:00-15:30 GMT)

Simultaneous French and Spanish translation will be available during each session.


Previous Sessions


  • June 22, 2020 - Cardiac and Vascular Manifestations of C-19 - Ranjit Suri, MD FACC, FHRS; Director Cardiac Electrophysiology Laboratory at Mount Sinai
    Videos: Resources:

  • June 15, 2020 - COVID-19 : What the Science Tells Us - Soumya Swaminathan, MD; Chief Medical Scientist, World Health Organization
    Videos: Resources:


This series has been created with the generous philanthropic support of the Bristol Meyers Squibb Foundation


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