Le français suivra

1. Who is ECHO Ontario CYMH at CHEO for?

ECHO Ontario CYMH at CHEO’s target group is Primary Care Providers, including any Ontario family physicians, pediatricians, nurse practitioners (NP), nurses (RN), or physician assistants (PA) or anyone working on a team with Primary Care Providers (e.g. Social worker from a family health team) providing non-specialist psychiatric care to children and youth, particularly in underserved areas.


2. What is the time commitment?

Each cycle is 20 to 24 weeks and our weekly ECHO Sessions run for 60 minutes. After the cycle is completed, you continue to be a Learning Partner through our Community of Practice and are welcome to attend any session thereinafter. 


3. What’s in it for me?

There are many benefits to registering for ECHO Ontario CYMH including: 

  • Increasing your knowledge about child and youth mental health topics through our didactic presentations and case-based learning. 
  • Learning about services for patients and families in your areas from our System Navigators. This System Navigator role is unique to ECHO Ontario CYMH team.
  • Access to our Hub Specialist for offline patient consultations.
  • Access to tools, resources, instruments, and articles our Hub Specialists provide, including access to YouTube links with our recorded didactic presentations.
  • There is no cost to Primary Care Providers to participate in our program. 
  • Receive Continuing Professional Development (MOC, Mainpro+ or certificates of attendance) for sessions you attend. 
  • Join a Community of Practice you can refer back to with questions. 

4. How do I register?

To register, please visit: https://cheo.echoontario.ca/register-for-an-upcoming-cycle. Once you have completed the Registration Form, one of our team members will be in touch with further information about ECHO Ontario CYMH at CHEO.  


5. What technology do I need to participate?

Our ECHO Sessions use Zoom Technology as our videoconferencing program. It is user-friendly, requires minimal set-up, and has no administrator privileges to download. You can connect through PC, Mac, iOS, Tablet, Android or phone. For the best clinic experience, your device requires a microphone, camera and speakers. We provide IT specialist support throughout the cycle.


6. What do participants think?

Here are some comments from participants:

“The listing of resources for parents, clients and providers provided with the session summaries are greatly appreciated! I’ve been able to confidently offer credible resources/readings and tools, many of which are available through the public library. Thank you!!!” ~Nurse Practitioner, Champlain

“Great session, I look forward to the info provided post-session so that I can help my patients access some of the services mentioned”  ~Pediatrician, Champlain

“This was a great learning opportunity, Child and Youth Mental Health is challenging for me as I do not have a big roster of young patients. The session has increased my confidence tremendously not only in diagnosing but discussing mental health with patients and family members. Thank you so much for this opportunity.” ~Nurse Practitioner, Erie St. Clair

“Great to have access to a specialized hub. Really enjoy case presentations and feedback, including written feedback provided after each case – very informative and helpful. Enjoy hearing different ideas from spoke [Learning Partners]: re: approach to each case.” ~Family Physcian, Waterloo-Wellington

“I’m using more screeners/tools, I’m able to share information with my clients and their parents in hopes that they will take advantage of the services that are available to them.” ~ Registered Nurse, Hamilton Niagara Haldimand Brant

“I really enjoyed Project ECHO CYMH. I wish I had more time to digest all the resources. I still feel like I am scratching the surface of youth mental health, but learned a great deal and will miss the weekly meetings. I loved being able to ask questions about patients and getting help from them [Hub & Learning Partners]… “ ~ Family Physician, South East


7. I have more questions. Who should I contact?

For more information or if you have further questions, please contact ECHO Ontario CYMH at CHEO at (613) 737-7600 extension ECHO (3246) or at ECHO_CYMH@cheo.on.ca.


Questions-réponses

1. À qui s’adresse ECHO Ontario SMEA au CHEO?

ECHO Ontario SMEA cible les fournisseurs de soins primaires (FSPs), y compris les médecins de famille, les pédiatres, les infirmier(ère)s praticien(ne)s(IP), les infirmier(ère)s autorisé(e)s (IA) et les adjoints(e)s au médecin (AM) ou toute autres personne travaillant en équipe avec des fournisseurs de soins primaires (example travailleur social dans équipe de santé familiale) fournissant des soins psychiatriques non spécialisés aux enfants et aux jeunes, en particulier dans les régions insuffisamment desservies de l’Ontario.


2. Quel est l’engagement de temps?

Chaque cycle dure de 20 à 24 semaines et nos sessions hebdomadaires ECHO dure 60 minutes. Une fois le cycle terminé, vous continuez d’être un partenaire d’apprentissage par le biais de notre communauté de pratique et vous pouvez participer à toutes les sessions suivantes.


3. Qu’est-ce qu’il y a pour moi? 

L’inscription à ECHO Ontario SMEA présente de nombreux avantages, notamment:

  • Accroître vos connaissances sur les sujets de santé mentale chez les enfants et les adolescents grâce à nos présentations didactiques et à l’apprentissage fondé sur les cas.
  • Apprenez sur les services pour les patients et les familles dans vos régions à partir de nos navigatrices de système. Ce rôle de navigatrices de système est unique à l’équipe d’ECHO Ontario SMEA.
  • Accès à nos spécialistes du Hub pour les consultations concernant un patient à l’extérieure de nos sessions régulière de présentation de cas.  
  • Accès aux outils, ressources, instruments et articles fournis par nos spécialistes du Hub, y compris l’accès aux liens YouTube avec nos présentations didactiques enregistrées.
  • La participation à notre programme est gratuite pour les fournisseurs de soins de santé primaires. 
  • Recevez un développement professionnel continu (MDC, Mainpro + ou des certificats de participation) pour les sessions auxquelles vous assistez.
  • Vous joindre à une communauté de pratique à laquelle vous pouvez vous référer avec des questions.

4. Comment s’inscrire?

Pour vous inscrire, vous pouvez visiter notre site Web, https://cheo.echoontario.ca/register-for-an-upcoming-cycle. Une fois que vous aurez rempli le formulaire d’inscription, l’un des membres de notre équipe communiquera avec plus d’informations sur ECHO Ontario SMEA.


5. De quelle technologie ai-je besoin pour participer?

Nos sessions ECHO utilisent la technologie Zoom comme programme de vidéoconférence. Il est convivial, nécessite une configuration minimale et n’a pas de privilège d’administrateur à télécharger. Vous pouvez vous connecter via PC, Mac, iOS, tablette, Android ou téléphone. Pour la meilleure expérience clinique, votre appareil nécessite un microphone, une caméra et des haut-parleurs. Nous fournissons un support informatique spécialisé tout au long du cycle.


6. Que pensent les participants?

Voici quelques commentaires des participants:

 «The listing of resources for parents, clients and providers provided with the session summaries are greatly appreciated! I’ve been able to confidently offer credible resources/readings and tools, many of which are available through the public library. Thank you!!!» ~Infirmière praticienne, Champlain

 «Great session, I look forward to the info provided post-session so that I can help my patients access some of the services mentioned» ~Pédiatre, Champlain

 «This was a great learning opportunity, Child and Youth Mental Health is challenging for me as I do not have a big roster of young patients. The session has increased my confidence tremendously not only in diagnosing but discussing mental health with patients and family members. Thank you so much for this opportunity.» ~Infirmière praticienne, Érié St-Clair

 «Great to have access to a specialized hub. Really enjoy case presentations and feedback, including written feedback provided after each case – very informative and helpful. Enjoy hearing different ideas from spoke [Learning Partners]: re: approach to each case.» ~Médecin famille, Waterloo-Wellington

 «I’m using more screeners/tools, I’m able to share information with my clients and their parents in hopes that they will take advantage of the services that are available to them.» ~ Infirmière, Hamilton Niagara Haldimand Brant

«I really enjoyed Project ECHO CYMH. I wish I had more time to digest all the resources. I still feel like I am scratching the surface of youth mental health, but learned a great deal and will miss the weekly meetings. I loved being able to ask questions about patients and getting help from them [Hub & Learning Partners]… » ~ Médecin famille, Sud-Est


7. J’ai plus de questions, qui dois-je contacter?

Pour plus de renseignements ou si vous avez d’autres questions sur un aspect de l’ECHO Ontario SMEA, veuillez nous contacter au (613) 737-7600 poste 3246 ou à ECHO_SMEA@cheo.on.ca.