Project ECHO: Emergent Infectious Diseases and Public Health Threats
The Emergent Infectious Diseases & Public Health Threats series is a collaborative project between the Kirk Kerkorian School of Medicine at UNLV and Project ECHO at University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine. It addresses topics in the areas of COVID-19, infectious disease, and public health preparedness. CME Credit is available. Each session is 60 minutes. The first half is a case review, and the second half is a didactic presentation.
Part 1: Case Review
During an ECHO session, participants present real cases (no PHI) to the specialists—and each other—for discussion and recommendations on treatment plans. If you have a case that you would like to review with us, please complete the Case Review Form. The case does not have to be related to the Didactic Presentation topic.
Part 2: Didactic Presentation
Topic: HIV: Care for the Newly Diagnosed Patient
Presenter: Dr. Luis Medina-Garcia, MD, Clinical Assistant Professor, Infectious Diseases, Kirk Kerkorian School of Medicine at UNLV
This event is open to health professionals of all disciplines and is held virtually via Zoom. Please register.