Interactive Case Conferences (ECHOs)
ECHO Series are virtual case conferences that allow primary care teams to learn about the cognitive health assessment and management of dementia in interactive and case-based live meetings with Dementia Care Aware experts.
UCI's Dementia Care Aware (DCA) ECHO Virtual Education Series
Every Friday, 12 to 1 p.m.
The ECHO Series provides training and support that empowers primary care teams to assess and address dementia through a variety of topics. Office hours featuring clinical experts are held on the 3rd Friday of every month from 12 to 1 p.m. Free CEs are available.
Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care ECHO® Program
UCSF Spring 2024 Cohort - REGISTRATION OPEN
Every other Thursday, beginning March 7, 2024 12:00-1:00 PM PST
The Alzheimer’s Association, in collaboration with UCSF’s Memory and Aging Center (MAC), is
offering a Project ECHO® series targeting primary care clinicians and care teams throughout
California. Partnering with faculty experts from the MAC, this program focuses on improving
access to an accurate and timely diagnosis and receiving quality dementia care in the primary
care setting. During this six-month program, primary care teams participate for one hour every other week to discuss real-life cases with guidance from specialty teams, providing the
opportunity to enhance your skills and expertise in delivering evidence-based, high-quality
dementia care to patients in local communities. For additional information, please contact the Alzheimer’s Association California Health
Systems Team at HSDCA@alz.org.
UCLA ADC Program presents Alzheimer's and Dementia Care ECHO® Series
Spring 2024 Cohort - REGISTRATION OPEN
Every other Wednesday, 11 to 12 p.m
UCLA Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care Program will host the ADC Program ECHO series, commencing on May 1, 2024, and will convene bi-weekly for one hour, with each session focusing on one of twelve dementia subjects. In addition to a brief lecture on key topics related to dementia care, participating organizations will have the opportunity to present de-identified patient cases and receive valuable feedback.
Participants may also earn up to 12 free CMEs upon program completion.
For additional information, please contact Rachel Goldberger at