The Northwest Heart Failure Collaborative (NWHFC): Project ECHO is a bimonthly case conference series that aims to improve the care of patients with heart failure by increasing access to continuing education and interdisciplinary case consultations. This unique training program builds on an existing education-practice partnership between UW Medicine and the UW School of Nursing. The project is supported in part by funds from the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA)’s Advanced Nursing Education Grants D09HP28670-01-00.

Completely free to view and participate in, the team offers an archive of didactic presentation from each webinar through their NWHFC Provider Resource page on the UW Medicine website and the NWHFC website, as well as the NWHFC YouTube channel.

There are no upcoming webinars planned at this time. 

Recent Webinar

The Development of Heart Failure Care Guidelines to Improve Management in Primary Care

Speaker: Alisha Peterson, BSN, RN, CCRN

Facilitator: Todd Dardas, MD, MS

Webinar Panelists: Alice Chang, MSW and Susan Pambianco, ARNP