We are so glad you are interested in being part of the Project ECHO movement to share knowledge and learn how to work together more effectively, in order to improve outcomes for children, young people and their families. 

Project ECHO is an online, interactive model of case-based learning, delivered via Zoom. It is used to support and empower professionals in health care, education and human services. ECHO encourages an environment of "all teach, all learn" as participants share knowledge, discuss cases, and develop new skills. 

What should I expect in an ECHO network?
At each session, you will have the opportunity to share your own knowledge and learn from other participants. Presentation of your own case/s is strongly encouraged. You will receive mentoring and support from your peers as well as a range of experts.
Things to note regarding the privacy and transfer of your survey responses:
Agreeing to the transfer
This Project ECHO survey is submitted via SurveyMonkey which is based in the United States Of America. Information you provide, including any personal information will be transferred to the SurveyMonkey server in the United States of America. By completing this survey, you voluntarily agree to this transfer. You should consult the Survey Monkey's privacy-policy for further details about how they manage your personal information. If you wish to complete this survey but do not agree to the transfer of your personal information outside of Australia, please contact the Project ECHO hub team on ECHO.CHQ@health.qld.gov.au
 
Privacy notice
Personal information collected by Project ECHO is handled in accordance with the information Privacy Act 2009. Project ECHO is collecting your personal information to inform quality assurance activities and to improve communications with staff and results will be used to inform future communications. All personal information will be securely stored and only accessible by the Project ECHO hub team. Your personal information will not be disclosed to other third parties without consent, unless the disclosure is authorised or required by or under law. Please note that by completing this survey, you are consenting for your de-identified results to be collated for quality assurance evaluation with the intent to publish the findings.
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