Project ECHO clinic can support you to screen, manage, and treat your chronic liver disease and Viral hepatitis B & C patients.
Who is Project ECHO® for?
Project ECHO® is for primary health care providers – including: Doctors, Nurses, Nurse Practitioners, and Community Health Workers who want to treat some of their own patients. The goal of Project ECHO® is to improve patient access to specialty care, without them having to attend the specialist centre. This enables patient focused care in a location convenient to them, and with a practitioner they know and trust. By participating in Project ECHO®, PHCP can provide the best possible care for their patients and develop a professional skill set.
Project ECHO® provides:
You can use your own referral or use our HBV or HCV disease specific referral forms. Send to the Project ECHO team via email at SWSLHD-LiverpoolGastro@health.nsw.gov.au or fax 8738 3094 or use your own referral form.
Tuesday 14th February: Focus on Metabolic liver disease (MASH/NASH)
Tuesday 9th May: Focus on Hepatocellular Carcinoma (HCC)
Tuesday 15th August: Focus on Chronic Hepatitis B (CHB)
Tuesday 14th November: Focus on Hepatitis C (HCV)
Changing the world, fast. A TED X talk by Sanjeev Arora (12 minutes):
- Democratize medical knowledge
- By moving knowledge instead of patients
- Using video conferencing hard and soft ware to connect a group of interested community care providers (spokes) tele MENTORING (not telemedicine) to the specialists (hub), utilizing didactic sessions followed by de-identified case based learning, aiming to empowering CHCP to care for patients themselves.
Duration - 12:12
Project ECHO® Team:
Dr Scott Davison
Hepatologist, Staff Specialist
Clinical Nurse Consultant
If you have any enquiries or would like to make an appointment, please email: