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Case Presentation

Case presentations offer an opportunity to brainstorm evidence-based solutions or share successes with colleagues and other professionals within the network. Case presentations are a key component in the Project ECHO model and critically important for knowledge building and sharing.

We welcome cases that involve common clinical scenarios related to diagnosis and care as well as difficult, complex or challenging presentations and patient management scenarios. The benefits of presenting a case during an ECHO session include; receiving feedback on current strategies, learn how to implement best practices with fidelity, and improve individual and program outcomes by reducing variations in services and support.

How to present a case:

Before the Session:

  • Fill out the online form below OR email identifying the ECHO network and attach the case presentation form.

  • An ECHO network coordinator will work with you to schedule a date and provide any additional information.

During the Session

  • After the session presentation, the facilitator will introduce you and provide time to present your case to the network. The facilitator will ask if there are any questions, clarifications, or recommendations.

After the Session:

  • The ECHO team will create a feedback document outlining recommendations and resources within two weeks of the case presentation.

  • You will be invited to share an update of your case to the network on a future session.

If you are interested in presenting a case, you will need to compile a brief overview of the case and the primary area of concern that you are looking to brainstorm with the network and submit to with the title of your ECHO network. Use the case presentation template for your network below.

Online Forms
Autism, Autism for Rural Healthcare Providers, Early Childhood, Student Health

Microsoft Word Forms:
Health Networks (Autism for Rural Healthcare Providers, High Risk Pregnancy, Integrative Care)

Education Networks (Autism, Early Childhood, Student Health)

PowerPoint Template: 
Assistive Technology
Education and Student Health ECHO Networks

Contact Us

UW Project ECHO

1000 E. University Ave. Dept. 4298

Laramie, WY 82071

Phone: (307) 766-2977


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