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NH-ME LEND Capstone Poster Session and Celebration (Zoom)
Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes (ECHO) is a model of practice that aims to reduce health disparities in underserved and remote areas using virtual clinics to increase the capacity for expert teams to deliver best-practice training and care.
Supporting Children of the OPioid Epidemic (SCOPE) focuses on neo-natal substance misuse, trauma, stigma, interventions, and strength-based support. SCOPE offers an interdisciplinary approach to addressing the challenges of the opioid epidemic specific to children and families.
The ECHO SCOPE initiative addresses an urgent public health need by aiming to 1) increase access to treatment and 2) improve quality of treatment and support for these infants and their families."
Carmody, Shoshana, "Navigating Aspects of Project Development-ECHO SCOPE" (2021). Student and Trainee Scholarship. 11.
Carmody, S. & Mills, I. (2021, April). Navigating aspects of project development-ECHO SCOPE (PDF). Poster presented at the NH-ME LEND Capstone Poster Session and Celebration [Zoom web conference].
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