10 Session Pilot on Concussion

ECHO at UHN will be launching a NEW 10-session pilot on Concussion.


Interactive case based learning.

Starts: Wednesday 13 November, 2019 | 5:00-6:30pm

Are you caring for concussion patients?

Join us for a 10-session pilot on diagnosing and managing patients with concussions, applying the current guidelines.



Why Join?

  • No cost (fully funded by the Ministry of Health)
  • Video-conferencing (Online – can join from anywhere in the Ontario)
  • Access to expert inter-professional teams
  • Present patient cases (de-identified) for recommendations & support
  • Gain knowledge through didactic presentations and case discus­sions
  • This event has been submitted for accreditation

Registration is now open for sessions beginning on November 13, 2019. Please register ASAP as space is limited- Register here

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Project ECHO at UHN: Learn how to diagnose and manage your concussion patients through interactive online medical education. This 10 part series is open to all primary care providers in Ontario.

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