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We host ECHO Networks in a range of subject areas, with a diverse cohort of individuals from across the health, social care and third sector.

If you are already a member of any Hospice UK ECHO Networks, you can access your Network’s resource library. Libraries contain the curriculum, session recordings and associated resources for your registered networks.

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Clinical ECHO

Clinical ECHO

This network cascades and discusses information on the clinical management of COVID-19 within the hospice sector.

All health and social care practitioners are welcome.

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Outcome Measures in Practice ECHO

Outcome Measures in Practice ECHO

This network provides a platform for those developing, implementing and utilising outcome measures in clinical practice to share and learn about best practice.

All health and social care practitioners are welcome.

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Infection Prevention and Control ECHO

Infection Prevention and Control ECHO

Connect with hospice sector IPC leads and link nurses to share knowledge and best practice, and learn from others’ experiences. 

Hospice IPC staff are welcome.

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Palliative, End of life care and Dementia ECHO

This ECHO network brings together practitioners keen to build their skills and confidence in caring for those affected by dementia at the end of life. 

All health and social care practitioners are welcome.

This network is a joint venture with Dementia UK.

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Innovation ECHO

Innovation ECHO

The Innovation ECHO explores a more sustainable future for our sector. It looks at ways in which hospices might collaborate, influence, make better use of technology, revise models of funding and transform ways of working.

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Resilience Based Clinical Supervision ECHO

This closed network supports resilience based clinical supervision (RBCS) champions and facilitators to implement the skills they acquire through the RBCS programme in practice.

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Bereavement Collaboration ECHO

This ECHO Network aims to help to Bereavement Coordinators who want to improve their services and utilise Hospice UK's Bereavement Toolkit.

Please note, this network has closed.

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Frailty Programme Reference Group ECHO

This network is comprised of invited opinion leaders from across health, social care, and the voluntary sector. Representation is welcomed from across the UK. 

It aims to:

 - review current end of life care practices for older people with advancing frailty

 - identify frailty-attuned care services that offer opportunities for improvement in hospice care

 - translate evidence to develop a set of service recommendations which will inform the ongoing programme.

Please note, this network has closed.

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Palliative and End of Life Care in Prisons ECHO

A pilot ECHO Network for Palliative and End of Life Care in Prisons (England and Wales) which seeks brings together professionals from across the criminal justice and health and care sector to:

- learn from and gain access to experts in this field

- develop their knowledge and skills

- compare experiences of end of life care in prisons

- listen to best practice examples from people from different professional backgrounds and apply these to their own practice

- discuss challenges and develop solutions to these challenges, collaboratively, in a safe environment

- build peer support networks across the health and care and criminal justice sector

- develop or influence guidance on bereavement support or end of life care in prison.

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Find out more about our networks

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To enquire about, or participate in a network, contact us and include the name of the network you are interested in.

Existing Network Members

If you are already a member of any Hospice UK ECHO Networks, you can access your Network’s resource library. These libraries contain the curriculum, session recordings and associated resources for your registered networks.