Last Tuesday of the month at 6:00 AM PT/7:00 AM MT/8:00 AM CT/9:00 AM ET. No session will take place in December 2022.
This ECHO is designed to increase primary care providers' knowledge of health issues in newcomers, including refugee, immigrant and migrant (RIM) populations. It will review resettlement pathways, evidence-based screening recommendations, and more common diagnoses and treatment approaches for pediatric and adult populations.
Sessions include brief didactic presentations by immigrant health experts and discussion of participant-submitted cases. Participants are highly encouraged to submit de-identified patient cases for group discussion and expert consultation.
Registration is ongoing and participants can attend any sessions they wish.
CME for this series has been applied for and is pending approval. ECHO participants typically earn one credit per session attended. In order to receive CME credit for this ECHO series, post-session surveys must be completed by the indicated deadline.
|1 - Introduction to Refugee Resettlement||10/25/2022|
|2 - Afghan Health Considerations||11/29/2022|
|3 - Ukrainian Health Considerations||1/31/2023|
|4 - Vaccinations||2/28/2023|
|5 - Tuberculosis||3/28/2023|
|6 - Hepatitis B - Pediatrics||4/25/2023|
|7 - Hepatitis B - Adults||5/30/2023|
|8 - GI Infections - Soil Transmitted Helminth Infections||6/27/2023|
|9 - Lead and Anemia||7/25/2023|
|10 - Mental Health||8/29/2023|
|11 - Sexual and Reproductive Health||9/26/2023|
|12 - Pediatric Nutrition||10/31/2023|
|13 - Female Genital Cutting (FGC)||11/28/2023|