Hepatitis C TeleECHO
Gain expert knowledge in a virtual learning network with a collaboration of the Cherokee Nation Health Services and Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences ECHO team.
The curriculum is designed to increase primary care provider knowledge, skills, and self-efficacy in the prevention, screening, evaluation, and treatment of hepatitis C.
Why Hepatitis C ECHO?
- In Oklahoma, the prevalence of hepatitis C is estimated to be 3.4%, over 2 times the US national estimate.
- Hepatitis C care can easily be delivered by primary care clinicians with appropriate training and guidance of specialists in the management of these sometimes difficult to reach patient populations.
- Rural Oklahoma providers can become local experts in the management and care of hepatitis C infected individuals, thus leading to a wider spread of care for this potentially fatal but easily curable disease.
Every Thursday, 12 to 1pm Central Time. To Join this ECHO session registration is a one-time requirement. Once registered, you will receive an ECHO participant guide with more information.
Crystal David, Pharm.D, BCPS
Jorge Mera, M.D.
Director of infectious disease for the Cherokee Nation Health Services
Whitney Essex, APRN-CNP
Nurse Practitioner, Infectious Diseases
Cherokee Nation Health Services
Jade Goodson, CMA
Clinical Coordinator – Project ECHO
Gitanjali Pai, M.D.
- Opioid/HCV Syndemic
- Liver Fibrosis Staging
- Treatment Options
- Motivational Interviewing
- Extrahepatic Manifestations
- Interpreting Hepatitis B Serology
- Medication Assisted Treatment
Submit A Case
To present a case at an upcoming Hepatitis C TeleECHO clinic, email firstname.lastname@example.org to request an ECHO ID number. You will receive an ID and the case presentation form.