Thank you for your interest in the American Academy of Pediatrics Anxiety and Depression ECHO ! This ECHO project is funded through a grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. For this ECHO project, the AAP is a sub grantee to the Center for Applied Research Solutions (CARS) and the National Training and Technical Assistance Center for Child, Youth and Family Mental Health (NTTAC).
Project ECHO® (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes) is an innovative hub and spoke program, designed to create knowledge networks by connecting health care providers with an expert team through a tele-mentoring program using brief lectures and case‐based presentations. A one-hour ECHO session consists of a short lecture (approx. 10-15 minutes) followed by a case presentation (5 minutes) and discussion. More information about ECHO may be found at www.aap.org/projectecho.
The AAP Anxiety and Depression ECHO serves as a forum for pediatric health care providers to increase knowledge, skills and self-efficacy of primary care providers who care for children and adolescents with anxiety and depression. The ECHO sessions will be conducted twice a month for 1 hour combining both a brief lecture presentation and de-identified, in-depth practice-based cases.
Registration for this ECHO is currently closed, yet we anticipate another cohort in the Spring 2022. Please complete this brief survey and we will notify you when registration opens for the next ECHO.
Contact AAP ECHO Initiatives Program Manager, Lisa Brock email@example.com with any questions.