Project ECHO (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes) is an innovative telementoring program that leverages videoconferencing technology to facilitate conversations and connections among ECHO participants worldwide. ECHO participants come together to share knowledge and experiences related to a central topic or theme.
As the official hub for Project ECHO at Texas State, the Translational Health Research Center hosts knowledge networks including researchers, subject-matter experts, and community members in conversations to foster health and economic resilience in Texas. Our center also helps link Texas State faculty researchers with over 900+ ECHO partner institutions and an estimated 1.5 million people from 193 countries worldwide.
The ECHO Model
Project ECHO goes beyond traditional webinars and online events as a platform to engage all ECHO participants in dialogue around a shared topic of interest.
New ECHO Series: Business Owners Online Support and Training (BOOST)
Join ECHO_TXST for BOOST, a virtual limited series that brings together small business owners, industry experts, and researchers, to discuss current trends and strategies to help Texas small businesses thrive and grow.