ECHO Publications and Evaluations

Find out what others are saying about Project ECHO

"Project ECHO is an accessible, acceptable and engaging way of delivering palliative care education to nursing homes combatting some of the traditional barriers that nursing homes face in accessing training."

Manson J, Gardiner C, Taylor P, et al ‘Palliative care education in nursing homes: a qualitative evaluation of telementoring BMJ Supportive & Palliative Care 2021

Global Bibliography

We have curated an exhaustive list of book chapters and peer-reviewed articles which talk about the work of Project ECHO, which can be downloaded below.

Project ECHO Bibliography – Updated regularly  (Note: Open in Google Chrome)

UK Evaluations


Project ECHO Northern Ireland Evaluation Report 2016/17

Boa S, Foster G, Manzie L, et al. P-61 Project ECHO™: developing and evaluating a community of practice with care homes, BMJ Supportive & Palliative Care 2019;

Cassidy L, Heneghan P, O’Kane E, 44 Marie curie echo network: an innovative practice development initiative, BMJ Supportive & Palliative Care Sep 2017

Diffin J, Ewing G, Grande G, P-80 Using project ECHO™ to support comprehensive person-centred carer assessment and support in hospices BMJ Supportive & Palliative Care Nov 2019

Diffin J, McTernaghan T, McMullan A, et al. O-20 Using project ECHO™ to deliver palliative care education and support across multiple settings, BMJ Supportive & Palliative Care 2019

Diffin J, McTernaghan T, McMullan A, Hayes M, Watson M, O-20 Using project ECHO™ to deliver palliative care education and support across multiple settings, BMJ Supportive & Palliative Care Nov 2019

Eaton L. Hierarchy disruptors: bringing specialist knowledge from hospital to community care BMJ 2019

Harris B, Young C, Corrin D, et al.P-59 Evaluating project ECHO™ in palliative and end-of-life care, BMJ Supportive & Palliative Care 2019

Hodge A, McTague L, Manson J, et al. P-62 Project ECHO™: developing a multi-professional virtual community of practice for paramedics in end of life care, BMJ Supportive & Palliative Care 2019

McMullan A, McTernaghan T, P-63 Project ECHO™ NI & hospice UK: a team approach -ingredients required! BMJ Supportive & Palliative Care 2019

McTernaghan T, Webb H P-65 Project ECHO™: programme management of a disruptive innovation – project managers’ perspective, BMJ Supportive & Palliative Care Nov 2019

Nicola Wilderspin, Debbie Westwood, Rajesh Mistry, Rachel Ayris, Claire Curtis, P-60 Hospice-based ECHO™ tele-mentoring enables a community of practice for NHS neighbourhood team nurses, BMJ Supportive & Palliative Care Nov 2019

Project ECHO Northern Ireland Evaluation Infographic Booklet May 2019

Project ECHO Northern Ireland Supporting Care Homes during Covid-19 Poster 2021

Struminger B, Arora S, Sarah Zalud-Cerrato S, Lowrance D, Ellerbrock T, Building Virtual Communities of Practice for Health, The Lancet, 2017

Vince C, Hodgkinson I, Aylott C, Chumbley K, Pamphilon J, Chandler J, P-255 The implementation of project ECHO into north east essex, BMJ Supportive & Palliative Care Nov 2018

White C, McIlfatrick S, Dunwoody L, et al. Supporting and improving community health services—a prospective evaluation of ECHO technology in community palliative care nursing teams, BMJ Supportive & Palliative Care 2019

Wilderspin N, Westwood D, Mistry R, et al. P-60 Hospice-based ECHO™ tele-mentoring enables a community of practice for NHS neighbourhood team nurses, BMJ Supportive & Palliative Care 2019

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