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Project ECHO at Penn State is launching a COVID-19 ECHO series to inform healthcare providers and administration of the latest best practices in emergency preparedness and patient treatment for COVID-19.
These CME-eligible sessions will launch this Friday, March 20, 10 a.m. EST. Dr. Gavin Macgregor-Skinner, an infectious disease specialist and epidemiologist in public health sciences at Penn State College of Medicine, will present strategies for protecting yourself and each other while at the front line of this pandemic. 
The goal of this series is to equip healthcare providers and administration with strategies to address challenges presented as a result of the novel coronavirus pandemic. Together, experts and providers will collaborate to discuss patient and clinic/hospital system cases and develop recommendations for care and/or improvement. We welcome cases from registered participants that involve common clinical scenarios related to diagnosis and care as well as difficult, complex, or challenging presentations of a clinic, hospital, or patient management scenario. All ECHO sessions will be done via video conferencing through zoom, which can be accessed through your phone or at your desk. Session dates and times will be shared on a weekly basis. 
Dr. Gavin McGregor-Skinner

Dr. Gavin Macgregor-Skinner
has appeared on CNN, BBC, and C-SPAN to discuss his research in disaster medicine, preparedness, and health security. Prior to joining Penn State, he was an officer in the Australian and British militaries, an Epidemic Intelligence Service officer for the US CDC, and a Prevention and Global Health Fellow for the US AID. He is the director of strategic partnerships in disaster medicine at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and the Caribbean Center for Disaster Medicine at the American University of the Caribbean. 
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