Primary Care Partnerships

Primary care in the Champlain LHIN could benefit from participating in ECHO learning community.


Project ECHO uses multi-point videoconferencing to conduct virtual clinics linking expert specialist teams at an academic hub with primary care clinicians in local communities.

In ECHO, primary care clinicians become part of a learning community, where they receive mentoring and feedback from specialists. Together, they manage patient cases so that patients get the care they need. The Center for Addictions & Mental Health (CAMH) in Toronto is the hub of the adult MHA ECHO curriculum.

Did you know?
Only 4% of ECHO participants come from the Champlain LHIN (Source: CAMH ECHO)

Increasing participation from our LHIN can help support primary care to build capacity around Mental Health & Addictions and help ensure providers receive the support they need.

Courses are available September 2018 (registration in summer 2018) and are as follows:

1. Mental Health
2. 1st Nations, Inuit & Metis Wellness
3. Addiction Medicine & Psychosocial Interventions
4. Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
5. Trans & Gender Diverse Healthcare

The following link ( gives a good snapshot overview of the model, incentives, and courses offered.


*** Earn CME Credits! ECHO has been certified by the College of Family Physicians of Canada and the Ontario Chapter for Mainpro+ credits.





Champlain Pathways on Twitter

To provide helpful information to the community mental health and addictions sector, E-QIP has released a new resource to encourage client and family engagement. Check out the full article here: To access the tool, click here:

About 2 weeks ago from Champlain Pathways's Twitter via TweetDeck

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