Empowering Nurses – The Largest Cadre of Frontline Healthcare WarriorsJul 25, 2022 • 4 mins read
Nurses form the largest cadre of healthcare professionals and play an integral role in day-to-day patient care. However, nurses in India face several challenges, limiting their capabilities and morale.
ECHO Model Working Towards Addressing Sustainable Development GoalsJul 20, 2022 • 3 mins read
The ECHO model has proven efficient, effective, and scalable across several disciplines in empowering global change, especially in the fields of health and education. Going beyond health and education, the ECHO model can be leveraged to create lasting change across multiple sectors and achieve Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
Eliminating Tuberculosis by 2025 through Capacity Building and Continuous Service DeliveryJul 20, 2022 • 3 mins read
ECHO India is supporting the Central TB Division (CTD) under the Government Of India’s Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW) in conducting ECHO TB Clinics and programmatic sessions across the country as part of the National Tuberculosis Elimination Programme (NTEP). These ECHO TB Clinics have ensured continuous service delivery and enabled managing NTEP during the challenging COVID-19 pandemic years.
ENHANCING THE ECHO MODELJul 20, 2022 • 5 mins read
iECHO is redefining the ECHO platform as an integrated technology infrastructure that will power the ECHO movement to positively impact 1 billion lives by 2025. It will enable the exchange of knowledge at a global scale with tools designed to engage a collaborative community, increase capacity, and make knowledge resources more accessible
ECHO India Goes Viral in Response to COVID-19Jul 20, 2022 • 5 mins read
Empowered with knowledge gained through attending ECHO sessions, thousands of village healthcare workers, including nurses and midwives, went door to door in remote villages to educate residents on Covid-19 and how they can protect themselves and their families. While these healthcare providers did not have any personal protective equipment, they did their best to maintain distance and regularly sanitize their hands
ECHO India Empowering ASHAs, The Frontline Healthcare WarriorsJul 20, 2022 • 4 mins read
Since the very outset, ECHO India has focused on building up the capacity of ASHAs who are at the forefront of delivering public health services, especially across rural areas, where people struggle for access to basic healthcare services
Empowering Educators to Drive Better Learning OutcomesJul 20, 2022 • 4 mins read
In the era of virtual knowledge sharing, many institutions in education sector are looking to address the knowledge gap within their local communities. This has resulted in the ECHO model being identified as one of the platforms that enable capacity building for experts in the education sector. The ECHO model aims to bring a paradigm shift in the field of education, including the way the teachers and students engage and learn, through a practical learning approach. This will encourage the teachers to experiment with the practical teaching methods in the real classroom environment.
ECHO India’s Way ForwardJul 20, 2022 • 3 mins read
To address the challenges at scale, Project ECHO and ECHO India have embarked on the ambitious plan to establish a robust digital infrastructure called iECHO. This is a result of many many deliberations on reimagining our role, reimagining the roles of our partners and most importantly the role played by the healthcare workers themselves. It required us to dig deep to understand what is the core interaction we are trying to solve and what will help us do that faster, better and at scale. How do we move from being a tool to an infrastructure
Celebrating Asian & Pacific Islander Heritage Month with Great Pods and ECHO IndiaMay 16, 2022 • 5 mins read
This year, Airtable’s Commemorative Observance team is excited to wrap up Asian & Pacific Islander Heritage Month by sharing the stories of two amazing organizations out there powered by Airtable: Great Pods and ECHO India.
The Digital Future of Nursing and HealthcareApr 25, 2022 • 2 mins read
The future of healthcare will be defined by global collaboration and using technology to amplify our existing resources...
Continuous Nursing EducationApr 25, 2022 • 2 mins read
Equitable access to quality healthcare is one of the most dynamic challenges of the world. The Covid-19 pandemic showed the world that healthcare needs to deliver not only to those who have the means for it, but more importantly to those who lie in the margins of society and economy...
Infection Prevention and ControlApr 13, 2022 • 5 mins read
The pandemic has been one of the toughest challenges for humanity in recent years. With the infection spread taking a toll on the economy, human life, and the overall morale of people, it has been a steep incline to overcome...
Empowering Assam EducatorsFeb 23, 2022 • 5 mins read
Access to free education is a fundamental right of every child in our country. Over the past few decades, India has made ...
Learning from the Frontlines: Project ECHO Is Community EngagementFeb 02, 2022 • 6 mins read
Dr. Kumud Rai, Chairman, ECHO India, discusses the importance of listening to frontline healthcare professionals to meet community medical needs more effectively
Cancer Screening in India: Sharing Knowledge to Combat Fear and Build HopeJan 15, 2019 • 6 mins read
Why me?” a woman will ask. “I’m a good person. I’ve never done anything. I am faithful to my husband and I practice good hygiene. Why is this happening to me?