Outreach and Training Events

ECHO Introduction

ECHO Immersion

Introduction - 90 minute video conference

Dip Your Toes In - Is ECHO for you?


ECHO Institute hosts a 90-minute videoconference session using the Zoom platform during which Dr. Sanjeev Arora presents for 45-minutes followed by 45-minutes of interactive discussion and Q&A. This is a great opportunity to hear an overview of the ECHO model and how it started, interact with others learning about ECHO for the first time, and meet members of the ECHO team.

Target Audience

Anyone interested in ECHO.


To attend any of the ECHO Introduction dates listed below, please click on the link for online registration and follow the registration instructions:

Upcoming Introduction dates:

Immersion - 3 Day On-Site Training - CANCELLED

Deep Dive - In depth training to start your own ECHO

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Immersion trainings at the ECHO Institute are cancelled for the foreseeable future.
Please know that we remain committed to replicating the ECHO model and are actively exploring alternate solutions. We will keep this page up to date as things evolve over the coming months.
Thank you for your commitment to Project ECHO and for your understanding during this unprecedented time.
Please direct ECHO Immersion questions to echoreplication@salud.unm.edu

To manage capacity, we have a FIVE person limit per partnering organization for Immersion sessions.

If you are interested in attending a one-day Orientation, please send an email to echoreplication@salud.unm.edu for more information.

Target Audience

Organizations ready to implement ECHO: we suggest that organizations send an implementation team rather than a single individual whenever possible. The team composition varies, but we suggest at least one content expert or specialist (particularly important to bring the team leader), other members of your anticipated ECHO hub team and an administrative or coordination lead.

Suggested Pre-Work

Introduction: we suggest that you attend ECHO Introduction before Immersion to learn more about the ECHO model and whether or not it fits your needs.

Launch Readiness Assessment: this document will help you to start thinking about what is needed to start your own ECHO and ensure your team is ready to attend Immersion training.


To participate in the Immersion training for replicating ECHO, you must first complete partnership documents

Working agenda

Click here to see the agenda.

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