The learning approach of Project ECHO is based upon didactic lecture followed by case-based learning using a hub and spoke model that is the foundation for the ECHO model. Project ECHO is a healthcare education and mentoring platform to help develop knowledge and self-efficacy. Each ECHO session is accompanied by best practice tools and resources that enable participants to immediately apply learning from that particular session. This enables participants who attend the entire series (all presentations) to achieve a certificate of completion issued by the University of Louisville Center for Research in Infectious Diseases (CERID). Continuing education credits (e.g., CME, CPE, and CNE) are provided for each session.