Project Echo

St Peter's Hospice is a UK-based Project ECHO Hub

Project ECHO is a global initiative aimed at sharing knowledge to extend community healthcare outcomes (ECHO) and St Peter’s Hospice is one of a handful of UK-based Project ECHO Hubs.

The project launched in October 2019, engaging with a range of community health and care providers, aimed at improving patient care, even if the patient is not a St Peter’s Hospice patient.

The project is free for organisations to access. Network meetings are held monthly with fellow healthcare professionals, with case studies presented and analysed, and experts at the Hospice brought in to contribute where our network can benefit.

You can find out more by going to https://www.hospiceuk.org/what-we-offer/clinical-and-care-support/project-echo or https://echo.unm.edu/

The Project ECHO Lead is Daniel Scullane, Learning & Development Manager and is expertly facilitated by Sue Eskins, End of Life Educator.