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Long COVID & Post-Viral Syndrome ECHO

Long COVID & Post-viral Syndromes Education, Resources, & Support

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Sarah Day, MPA
Series Coordinator 

Tahlia Ruschioni
Series Coordinator


First Thursday of Every Month
12:00 - 1:00 pm (MT)
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The University of Utah Project ECHO team will provide training, mentorship, and support to learners on the current best practices and evidence-based care management of patients with PASC (Long COVID) and Post-Viral Syndromes. The CDC and AAPM&R predict between ten to thirty percent of people who had COVID-19 will go on to develop Post-Acute Sequelae of COVID-19 (PASC), also known as Long COVID. Currently between 3 - 10 million Americans are experiencing symptoms associated with post-viral syndrome.

This series aims to equip healthcare professionals, of varying skill levels and specialties, with adequate knowledge and tools to effectively approach and manage the care of patients with Long COVID without relying solely on Post-COVID Care Clinics. Applying what we know from other post-viral syndromes such as ME/CFS, early and informed interventions ensure disease manageability and improved patient outcomes.

Participants are awarded 1.0 hour of ACCME Category CME credit at no cost for each 1.0 hour of live sessions attended. Full instructions for claiming CME are available in the CME Learner Information Packet.

ECHO Model 

The ECHO learning model features case-based learning. Case presentations allow for a collaborative learning environment where everyone has an opportunity to learn, and everyone has an opportunity to teach. Anyone can submit a case.


 Presenter (s)
January 4, 2024 Long COVID and Young Adults - Video Alba Miranda Azola, MD & Melanie Hoppers, MD
January 18, 2024 Tethered Cord, ME/CFS/Long COVID - Video Theresa Dowell, FNP, PT & Brayden Yellman, MD
February 1, 2024 Stellate Ganglion Blocks & Sympathetic Overdrive - Video Brayden Yellman, MD & Gregory Condie, DO
March 7, 2024 Somatic Therapies & Chronic Illness - Video Jennifer Bell, FNP & Paige Zuckerman, M.Ed, CMHC
April 4, 2024 Over the Counter Supplements and Long COVID: Potential Benefits and Risks Jeanette Brown, MD
April 18, 2024 Quarterly Case Review Implementing Personalized Patient Care Plans in a Multidisciplinary Long COVID Clinics Stephanie Grach, M.D., M.S.
Jaime Hollander, R.N.
Nolan Peterson, M.S., NBC-HWC
May 2, 2024 Common Comorbidities                                                 

Watch A Recent Session


 Presenter (s)
December 7, 2023 Post-Viral Syndromes: When Exercise Doesn't Help - Video Clayton Powers, DPT & Amy Mooney OTR/L
November 2, 2023 Post-Viral Syndromes: The Backseat Drivers - Video Jennifer Bell, FNP-C, Brayden Yellman, MD, & Melanie Hopper, MD
October 19, 2023 Special Quarterly Case Review: Hypermobile Spectrum
Disorders Long COVID & ME/CFS - Video
Dacre Knight, MD
October 5, 2023 Post-Viral Syndromes: Who’s in the driver’s seat? - Video Brayden Yellman, MD & Jennifer Bell, FNP-C
December 6, 2022 Hypermobility/EDS, CCI/AAI (Atlanto-axial instability) - Video Vicenç Gilete, M.D
November 15, 2022 Headaches                                                  Brayden Yellman, MD
November 1, 2022 What Pathological Changes May Cause the Symptoms of Long COVID - Video                      Anthony l. Komaroff, MD

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Jeanette Brown, MD, PhD

Associate Professor
Internal Medicine


Lucinda Bateman, MD

Chief Medical Officer
Bateman Horne Center

Adjunct Professor


Brayden Yellman, MD

Bateman Horne Center


Clayton Powers, DPT

Physical Therapist, Post-Acute Syndromes
University of Utah Health