The BC ECHO on Substance Use, with support from the GPSC, has launched a new, live virtual educational series for family physicians and their teams focused on treating and managing high-risk drinking and alcohol use disorder within primary care. ECHO sessions are 1 hour, held on a rotating schedule of Tuesdays and Thursdays from 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Pacific time.
The BC ECHO on Substance Use is a CME-accredited online educational program coordinated by the BC Centre on Substance Use and offered at no cost to family physicians and their teams. The Opioid Use Disorder series is now in its third cycle and new participants are welcome to join anytime.
For more information and to register visit the BC ECHO on Substance Abuse BC ECHO on Substance Abuse website, or email BCECHOonSubstanceUse@bccsu.ubc.ca.