How can we help you? Healthcare professionals Education at Farleigh Project ECHO What is project ECHO? How does it work? Register your interest Help/FAQ's What is Project ECHO at Farleigh Hospice? Project ECHO is a new way of telementoring. Joining Project ECHO will give you the opportunity to network with other health care professionals in the area, to form a community of practice, share best practice and support each other. All team members who would benefit from the experience can join you at the meetings, to receive education and a chance to discuss cases from practice. How does it work? Hardware: You will need a computer, webcam and a broadband connection capable of running a video, to be able to join the meetings. Farleigh’s IT team can support you to source equipment if needed. Software: You'll need to download and install our video conferencing software, Zoom, to join the webinars. To download the desktop/mobile client for your operating system please click here. Zoom works across most PC and mobile operating systems including Windows, Mac (Apple), iPhone, Android and also as an extension to the Chrome & Firefox browsers. You'll receive more info about our video conferencing software and how to join a session in Zoom once you've registered with us. Register your interest Complete the form below to register your interest in the ProjectECHO at Farleigh Hospice program. Help & FAQ's What is Zoom? Zoom is the name of the video conferencing software that we choose to use. It's easy to use and can be set up quickly by downloading a small piece of software to your device. To visit the Zoom website and find out more, please click here. When will ProjectECHO be available? We aim to begin enrolling the first intake of ProjectECHO participants in the winter of 2018 When and where did ProjectECHO begin? The original ProjectECHO was started in Albuquerque, USA as a means to deliver specialised medicine to under-resourced communities. You can find out more about ProjectECHO here. Who acts as the Hub? Farleigh Hospice will act as the Hub. The Hub is responsible for leading the overall project as well as managing the administrative and technical aspects of the communications and video conferencing software. How do I find out more about joining the ProjectECHO program at Farleigh Hospice? To find out more or to sign up please register your interest here.