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BC ECHO for Post-COVID-19 Recovery

This free virtual learning community gives health-care providers the help and support needed to care for patients experiencing symptoms after COVID-19 infection.

Based on the global ECHO model, the BC ECHO for Post-COVID-19 Recovery is a virtual learning community of specialists and community health-care providers who use instructive and case-based learning to improve care for patients recovering from symptoms post-COVID-19.

Each monthly ECHO session is one hour, and starts with a 20-minute presentation from specialists on participant-identified topics, followed by a case presentation submitted by a participant. Each session will wrap up with resources and recommendations, and an opportunity for Q&A.

Topics and dates

The current cycle of our ECHO runs July 2021 to June 2022. Register for an upcoming live session:

Watch past session recordings:

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Why sign up?

  • It's free: Our ECHO is fully funded by the Shared Care Committee, one of the Joint Collaborative Committees of Doctors of BC and the BC Government.
  • It's virtual: All you need is a computer and a webcam or a smartphone.
  • Earn CME credits: Each session offers 1 Mainpro+ credit or 1 MOC (Section 1) Group Learning credit.
  • It's fun: Connect with a growing community of primary and allied health care providers (including physicians, occupational therapists, physiotherapists, social work and more) across the province to build a community of practice where everyone learns together with a shared purpose.
  • It works for you and our health care system: Our ECHO provides a significant opportunity for practitioners to improve their competence and capacity for post- COVID-19 care, by gaining help with complex cases, receiving support and mentorship, and helping to reduce disparities in the quality of care for rural and underserved areas.

Faculty and ECHO Hub Team

The ECHO Hub Team leads the design of ECHO curriculum, facilitates sessions, presents instructive lessons and provides personalized recommendations to case presenters. Hub team members are:

  • Dr. Ric Arseneau, General Internist (specializes in CFS and fibromyalgia), Professor, UBC
  • Dr. Jill Calder, Physiatrist
  • Raveena Garcha, Project Leader, Virtual Health and Shared Care
  • Michelle Malbeuf, Program Manager and Clinical Operations Lead, PC-ICCN
  • Jaclyn Robinson, Clinical Nurse Specialist, PC-ICCN
  • Dr. Aman Nijjar, General Internist, Clinical Assistant Professor, UBC
  • Shelley Prytula, Social Worker
  • Dr. Anna Wolak, General Practitioner, Associate Head of the Department of Family Medicine, Providence Health Care


Funding for this project was provided by the Shared Care Committee (SCC), one of the Joint Collaborative Committees (JCC) of Doctors of BC and the BC Government.


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