Project ECHO: Aging, Community, and Equity (PEACE) aims to teach about the impact of the pandemic on the mental and physical well-being of older adults living in rural communities. Click the play button below to watch each didactic presentation.
Risks of Social Isolation and Loneliness for Older Adults during COVID-19
Virtual Volunteers: Using Technology to Address Social Isolation during COVID-19
Depression, Loneliness, and Well-Being
Long COVID: An Overview
Cognitive Decline, Dementia, Depression, COVID, or All of the Above?
What are the 4Ms and Why Do They Matter?
Mild Cognitive Impairment vs. Dementia
The First M: Mentation
The Second M: What Matters
The Third M: Medication
The Fourth M: Mobility
Implementing the 4Ms: Formal Community Supports
Implementing the 4Ms: Formal Clinical Supports
The Substance Use Disorder (SUD) ECHO aims to teach best practices for treatment of SUD in rural communities using a person-centered approach. Click the play button below to watch each didactic presentation.
Deaths of Despair and Harm Reduction
Syringe Harm Reduction
Stigma, Bias, & Trauma in Harm Reduction
Coping with Xylazine in Street Opioids
Resourcefulness and Rural Sustance Use Disorder Practice: Countering Stigma and Bias to Preserve Relationships
Substance Use and SUD in Adolescents
Chronic Pain and Substance Use Disorder
Motivational Interviewing for Substance Use Disorder: Influencing Behavior Change
Co-Occurring SUD & Infectious Disease
SUD Harm Reduction Strategies: Patient-Centered Treatment Planning
Telehealth for SUD: Techniques for Assessment & Relationship Building
The Northeast Telehealth Resource Center (NETRC) is federally funded to provide technical assistance to develop, implement, and expand telehealth services in New England and New York. The NETRC also operates Telehealth Classroom, an open access portal with courses designed to assist providers, health systems, and other stakeholders in telehealth.