Special Series ECHO Clinics

Project ECHO

8–9 a.m.
Next: Thursday, August 31, 2017

Every once in a while, Project ECHO has the opportunity to bring something new and exciting to clinic participants, this comes in the form of what we call "Special Series" Clinics. They may occur quarterly, once a year, or even multiple days over a couple of weeks. This page is where we house copies of the presentations, forms, and additional resources that are associated with these Special Series Clinics. If you are searching for a past document that is not posted here, please contact Chris Marchand at cmarchand@med.unr.edu.

You can join the clinic directly by simply clicking this link.

Upcoming Special Series

August 2017

September 2017

  • • 12–1 p.m.
    Guest speaker: Dana Pardee, Director of Epidemiology Projects at The Fenway Institute

    Dana Pardee photo

    More about the speaker: Dana Pardee received his degree in Community Health Sciences from the University of Nevada, Reno. He is currently the Director of Epidemiology Projects at The Fenway Institute at Fenway Health in Boston, MA. In this role, he oversees the development, implementation, and operations of multiple transgender health studies, with particular focus on preventive sexual health screening, and development and implementation of HIV prevention interventions with transgender individuals. Dana is also acts as a consulting trainer for the National LGBT Health Education Center at Fenway Health, and assists with the conduct of LGBTQ cultural competency trainings throughout New England.

    Dana is an out-and-proud transgender man who has been working on behalf of the transgender community for many years, both in Boston and in his home state of Nevada, where he helped conduct the first ever needs assessment of the transgender community in Nevada. Dana is passionate about promoting transgender health education, awareness, access, and compassion within the healthcare industry and beyond.

November 2017