Project ECHO is committed to addressing the needs of the most vulnerable populations by equipping communities with the right knowledge, at the right place, at the right time. The ECHO model is telementoring, a guided practice model where the participating clinician retains responsibility for managing the patient and increase their expertise in Fibromyalgia through case-based learning.
Fill out the contact form on this page if you would like to participate in our Fibromyalgia Community ECHO.
Democratize knowledge through case-based learning, use technology to leverage scarce resources, share best practices to reduce disparity, and monitor outcomes.
Building a stronger Fibromyalgia community must involve healthcare providers. We need to rebuild trust with patients and expand on what is working. Our team leaders will foster connections with providers around the world.
At the Support Fibromyalgia Network, we will take down barriers to medical education, collaborate, and best of all provide mentorship. Wellness is possible when we can all work together.