RA ECHO 2024

 

 

Led by experts

RA ECHO Curriculum

10 Weekly Sessions

Offered Twice a Year

via Zoom

The RA ECHO is a ten week long curriculum consisting of weekly hour long interactive sessions held via Zoom. Each  ECHO video conference includes a brief high-yield didactic, followed by interactive case-based discussion led by a team of RA experts, including rheumatologists from UCSF and the Navajo area, pharmacists specializing in RA medications, and a Navajo cultural interpreter.

Upcoming
RA ECHO Sessions

Participants who attend at least 8 out of 10 sessions and present 1 de-identified patient case for discussion receive an official Certificate of Completion for the RA training program from the American College of Rheumatology.

Mondays

12pm – 1pm PST

Weekly via Zoom

Thursdays, 9/8/2022 – 12/1/2022

12pm – 1pm MDT

Weekly via Zoom

Thursdays, 9/8/2022 – 12/1/2022

12pm – 1pm MDT

Weekly via Zoom

Each session includes a 30-minute didactic, on practical, high-yield topics including: 

  • When to suspect RA
  • Distinguishing RA from other forms of arthritis
  • First-line therapy for RA 
  • What to do if first-line therapy fails
  • Guidelines for safety monitoring while on RA therapy
  • Specific considerations for managing RA on Navajo Nation

Thursdays, 9/8/2022 – 12/1/2022

12pm – 1pm MDT

Weekly via Zoom

Thursdays,
9/8/2022 – 12/1/2022

12pm – 1pm MDT

Weekly via Zoom

Participants who attend at least 8 out of 10 sessions and present 1 de-identified patient case for discussion receive an official Certificate of Completion for the RA training program from the American College of Rheumatology.

Each session includes a 30-minute didactic, on practical, high-yield topics including: 
  • When to suspect RA
  • Distinguishing RA from other forms of arthritis
  • First-line therapy for RA 
  • What to do if first-line therapy fails
  • Guidelines for safety monitoring while on RA therapy
  • Specific considerations for managing RA on Navajo Nation

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