Project ECHO Nevada

Setting the Stage for Person-Centered Dementia Care

Project ECHO Nevada is introducing a 6-week educational series for outpatient primary care practices. The series aims to improve provider strategies when communicating with and treating persons with cognitive impairment and/or diagnosis of dementia syndrome.

Project ECHO is a free program providing CME/CEU credit for physicians, nurses, MFTs, CPCs, and long-term care administrators.

In addition to receiving free CME/CEU, participants have the opportunity to present their real-world patient cases for review and consultation by a multidisciplinary team of experts.

What: Project ECHO "Setting the Stage for Person-Centered Dementia Care."

When: Tuesdays at noon.

Cost: Free.

Where: Sessions are conducted by Project ECHO via telehealth technology. Learn more about Project ECHO.

Register: Visit the Project ECHO Registration Page.