WV Project ECHO Psychiatry

The WV Project ECHO Psychiatry program was launched on August 16, 2017 to expand the treatment of basic mental health issues to providers across rural West Virginia. During bi-weekly sessions attendees have the opportunity to present psychiatric cases to specialists and participate in didactics covering a variety of topics including the diagnosis and treatment of basic mental health diseases as well as the identification of patients with recalcitrant mental health systems and available secondary and tertiary evidence based treatments.

If you would like to participate or submit a case to Project ECHO , contact Jay Mason at jdmason@hsc.wvu.edu or Kayetlyn Edinger at .

WV Project ECHO Psychiatry by the numbers- 28 participating physicians to date, 15 unique psychiatry cases presented