Opioids: Project ECHO

Training for health care providers

Project ECHO® LogoThe Wisconsin Opioid Project ECHO® (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes) connects addiction medicine experts with health care providers to improve treatment for patients with opioid use disorder.

Who should participate?

  • Advanced practice nurse prescribers
  • Behavioral health providers
  • OB/GYNs
  • Pharmacists 
  • Physician assistants
  • Primary care providers
  • Psychiatrists

Free monthly videoconferences

Free videoconferences are held on the third Friday of every month from 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. Each videoconference has a topic focused on pharmacotherapy and behavioral interventions for opioid misuse and addiction. A multidisciplinary panel of specialists provides education and leads a collaborative discussion on submitted patient cases.

This effort is sponsored by the UW-Madison Department of Family Medicine and Community Health and the Wisconsin Department of Health Services. It is funded by a grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.

How to participate

Sign up to receive email notifications about the videoconferences.
(Note: Information about the next videoconference is sent to all subscribers of the email list on the second Friday of each month.)

Free continuing education credits are available. For information on continuing education credits, visit the UW-Madison Department of Family Medicine and Community Health's website.

All Wisconsin Opioid Project ECHO® sessions are recorded. Watch videos of past sessions

Related information
Last Revised: February 12, 2019