May 16, 2022

Congratulations to Joe Saseen, recipient of this year’s Chancellor’s Teaching Recognition Award

Congratulations to Joe Saseen, PharmD, recipient of this year’s Chancellor’s Teaching Recognition Award for the School of Pharmacy! This award recognizes and rewards outstanding teaching. Award

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Congratulations to Joe Saseen, PharmD, recipient of this year’s Chancellor’s Teaching Recognition Award for the School of Pharmacy! This award recognizes and rewards outstanding teaching. Award criteria includes demonstrating a commitment to providing students with a high quality learning experience. Joe is an ECHO partner and presenting expert on medication management and medication myth debunking for the COVID-19 Just-in-Time for Primary Care and COVID Care in the Ambulatory Setting ECHOs. He serves as Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs; Professor, Department of Clinical Pharmacy; and Professor, Department of Family Medicine at the Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences.

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Apr 5, 2022

Fred Thomas Named to the American Telemedicine Association College of Fellows

Each year the American Telemedicine Association (ATA) elects members of distinction into the ATA College of Fellows. This honor recognizes individuals for their significant achievements in

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Each year the American Telemedicine Association (ATA) elects members of distinction into the ATA College of Fellows. This honor recognizes individuals for their significant achievements in telehealth, service to the general telehealth community, and service to ATA.

This year, John F. “Fred” Thomas, PhD, Director of Population Telehealth and Care Innovation at Children’s Hospital and Executive Director of the Peer Mentored Care Collaborative/ECHO Colorado at the University of Colorado School of Medicine has been named an ATA Fellow. ATA will recognize him during the upcoming 2022 Annual Conference and Expo in Boston.

As the only organization completely focused on advancing telehealth, the ATA is committed to ensuring that everyone has access to safe, affordable, and appropriate care when and where they need it, enabling the system to do more good for more people.

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Apr 1, 2022

The Adolescent Reproductive Health ECHO program has a new website!

Visit www.echo-arh.org to find useful resources for providers, families and patients, scroll through monthly pearls for quick, case-based topic review, and sign-up for upcoming ECHO series.

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Visit www.echo-arh.org to find useful resources for providers, families and patients, scroll through monthly pearls for quick, case-based topic review, and sign-up for upcoming ECHO series.

ECHO series graduates tell us that learning about these patient handouts, toolkits and other resources during the ARH ECHO series is one of the most valuable aspects of the series.

The ARH ECHO program was founded in 2019 to expand access to high quality reproductive health care for adolescents across the state of Colorado. Content is based on research and resources that supports immediate practice change. Primary care providers and health professionals who work with teens are an essential part of our community and have the power to support all youth to dream big and achieve their goals.

This new website will stay updated and remain easily accessible to ECHO graduates and anyone who is interested in joining our learning community.

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Mar 21, 2022

Participant Spotlight: Dr. Jennifer Stroh

Jennifer Stroh, DO, is a family medicine physician with a solo practice in Grand Junction, CO. She plans to attend her fourth ECHO series, Rheumatology in

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Jennifer Stroh, DO, is a family medicine physician with a solo practice in Grand Junction, CO. She plans to attend her fourth ECHO series, Rheumatology in Primary Care, starting tomorrow. Dr. Stroh also attended Adolescent Reproductive Health in Primary Care, COVID Care in the Ambulatory Setting and Transgender Health: Comprehensive Approaches in Primary Care. She first heard about ECHO two years ago through the Colorado Academy of Family Physicians. We asked Dr. Stroh how her participation in ECHO series has impacted her as a health care practitioner. She responded: “ECHO series provide many excellent learning opportunities around both COVID information and additional topics relevant to my patients. It has provided better networking, knowledge of available services and experts in our state, and more up-to-date care guidelines.”

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