COVID-19 ECHO Programs
1st and 3rd Wednesdays @ 12-1pm PT Resuming July (NPAIHB-led)
1st and 3rd Thursdays @ 12-1pm MT (UNM-led)
Every Other Friday Starting 1/15/21 @ 11am-12pm CT (USET-led)
These COVID-19 ECHO Programs are designed to connect I/T/U clinicians, administrators, and staff with up-to-date information on clinical care and emerging health topics. ECHO sessions are open to those interested in staying current on the rapidly evolving pandemic to inform their COVID-19 response efforts. See ECHO session registration information for each program below. View past ECHO sessions >
Physicians, advance practice providers, pharmacists, RNs, medical assistants, clinical administrators, and others are welcome.
Unless otherwise indicated, simply click on the Zoom link 5 minutes before the session begins (or at any time during the session).
UNM Sessions: 1st and 3rd Thursdays @ 12-1pm MT
Sign Up > (Advanced registration required)
USET Sessions: Every Other Friday @ 11am-12pm CT
Zoom link >
Program Faculty and Staff
COVID-19 ECHO sessions are run by staff from the Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board, the University of New Mexico, and the United Southern and Eastern Tribes. COVID-19 ECHO faculty are experts in infectious disease, epidemiology, and internal medicine.
UNM faculty include: Jonathan Iralu and Shawn M. D’Andrea.
Present a Case (UNM-led Sessions Only)
If you would like to present a patient case during a UNM-led session to receive best practice treatment recommendations, complete the case presentation form here and submit it to the contact indicated on the form.
To obtain CE, participants must complete brief registration and evaluation forms following each ECHO session.
NPAIHB: View CE forms >
UNM: Forms are provided following each session.
USET: View CE forms >
Technical Assistance & Capacity Building
Indian Country ECHO offers free, confidential TA and capacity building to help IHS, tribal, and urban providers and administrators optimize clinic policies, enhance care delivery, and build capacity to prevent and treat complex medical conditions. Our COVID-19 faculty are equipped to support you in achieving your clinical goals. Learn more >
For additional information about the COVID-19 ECHO Programs, please reach out to the following program-specific contacts.